Yamaha’s 900 cc Sport Touring now has a sophisticated radar system

Yamaha has launched its largest displacement Sport Touring motorcycle, the Tracer 9 GT+ 2023 version, which comes with modern electronic devices such as a radar system.

Tracer 9 has completely changed the Sport Touring segment since its launch in 2014. With a powerful engine, sporty structure and flexible operation, Tracer has won the hearts of more than 60,000 customers in Asia. Europe, becoming the best-selling car in the segment.

Compared to previous models, the most prominent feature of the Yamaha Tracer 9 GT+ is the radar system installed at the front of the vehicle between the headlights, allowing users to use advanced technologies such as: Cruise control Adaptive Braking System (ACC) and Unified Braking System (UBS) linked to radar.

With the adaptive cruise control (ACC) system, the new Yamaha Tracer 9 GT+ is capable of automatically maintaining a fixed distance from the vehicle in front, through continuous distance measurement performed by radar. In addition, this ACC system also has new features such as cornering assist and downhill assist.

Meanwhile, the radar-linked unified braking system (UBS) provides greater control by using data from radar and a 6-axis inertial measurement unit (IMU) for support and correction. front and rear braking force.

According to Yamaha, there are three main elements in the system that only work when BC (Brake Control) is turned on. First, the brake assist system will intervene when the system detects an impending collision. Second, front/rear brake assist adjusts the force applied to both wheels for stable deceleration. And third, the cornering brake control system will automatically adjust braking force to limit tire slippage when the vehicle is tilted.

Yamaha’s Sport Touring motorcycle features a CF Deltabox chassis with aluminum swingarm, providing high-speed stability without compromising agility.

The 2023 Yamaha Tracer 9 GT+ features Full-LED lighting and a 7-inch color TFT dashboard with three different screen themes and smartphone connectivity to access the Yamaha My Ride app.

In addition, the vehicle also comes with an electronically controlled semi-active KYB integrated suspension system, Integrated Riding Modes, tilt-sensitive 3-mode Traction Control system (TCS), Control System (SCS), Wheelie control and 3rd generation Quickshifter support.

The 2023 Yamaha Tracer 9 GT+ has a liquid-cooled CP3 (3-cylinder in-line) engine, with a capacity of 889cc, capable of generating a maximum capacity of 119 horsepower and maximum torque of 92 Nm.

The new Tracer 9 GT+ model will be available in European stores from May 2023 in Icon Performance and Power Gray colors. The selling price has not been disclosed at this time. While the current Tracer 9 version is also being officially distributed in Vietnam with prices starting from 369 million VND.

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