Compared to the GT for 17,750 euros, the GT Pro for 19,950 euros in series has a few more gimmicks on board: heated grips, cruise control, hill start assist, additional headlights, center stand and a very good QuickShifter. The dealer told us that hardly anyone buys a GT and everyone wants the GT Pro.
The technical gaming and assistance systems also bring tears to your eyes: 7" TFT color display with navigation system connection via mobile phone, 6-axis IMU with cornering ABS and multiple traction control, Keyless Go, GoPro control and of course many driving modes that you can adapt to your own needs - in addition to Rider mode, which you completely preconfigured for yourself.
All this happens with the 5-fold joystick already known from other Triumph bikes as well as some direct selection buttons, e.g. for the riding modes, the heated grips, the fog lights and the switching between LED daytime running lights and low beams. Speaking of light: Full LED is self-singing and cornering lights are also standard on the GT Pro. And especially from the front, we find the light mask design much fresher than its predecessor.