The two-piece TFT display looks impressive at first, but we still don't want to get really excited. In contrast to the displays from KTM & BMW, for example, the displays are quite small. But that's complaining at a high level, the cockpit of the 9 GT is already a big step forward compared to its predecessor.
However, the operation with the pushable wheel switch on the right is a bit fiddly. The printing function is difficult, but turning is too smooth. This leads to the fact that you often call an unwanted function. Better are the two switches on the left side, with which you can easily and understandably adjust the four driving modes and the traction control.
The lighting is completely LED and the lamp mask at the front is not as cyclops-like as on the MT-09. The GT even has cornering lights as standard on board, a commendable feature for frequent drivers.