The Cromwell 1200 doesn't set off technical fireworks, but nobody expects that from a retro machine. It has a Bosch ABS, a switchable traction control and two driving modes as well as cruise control. The driving modes do not change the maximum performance, but do change the control of the throttle valves. In the "Eco" mode, it is a bit easier to work than in the "Sport" mode.
The lighting looks classic, but comes in modern LED technology. There are daytime running lights with a separate switch and also the unfortunately not self-resetting, but pretty, small turn signals come in LED technology. The machine looks great from the front and rear, which is probably also due to the successful luminaire design.
Practical: A USB socket is attached to the front right of the headlight housing. That's where it belongs, if someone wants to attach their mobile phone to the handlebars and charge it while driving. Brake and clutch levers are adjustable in range, wonderful.