Yamaha Tracer 9 GT + 2023, plenty of technologies and adaptive cruise control as standard

Yamaha Foot The new Tracer 9 GT + 2023, a motorcycle equipped with the latest technology to make trips more comfortable and safe. In fact, this model can rely on the latest fully integrated electronic devices including millimeter wave radar, and Adaptive cruise control (ACC, Adaptive Cruise Control) and Unified Braking System (UBS, Unified Braking System) connected to the radar, electronic suspension and intelligent driving modes. In addition to all this, the bike has 7-inch color screen with Garmin . built-in navigation.

The new Yamaha Tracer 9 GT+ will be available in Icon Performance and Power Gray colors From May 2023. Prices, at the moment, have not yet been revealed.

Lots of electronic devices

The most important innovations, as we mentioned at the beginning, have to do with the electronics available for this bike. This model is the first Yamaha model to feature Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), an advanced driver assistance system that provides all the benefits of cruise control as well as the ability to automatically maintain a constant distance from the vehicle in front.

millimeter wave radar (Weighing only 200g) It constantly measures the distance from the vehicle in front of the TRACER 9 GT+. ACC automatically controls the starting speed, deceleration and acceleration to adapt to road conditions from time to time. In any case, the driver can select one of the four safety distance options according to his preferences.

ACC . works Between 30 km/h and 160 km/h: 30 km/h in 1st or 2nd gear, 40 km/h in 3rd or 4th gear and 50 km/h in 5th and 6th gear. In addition to all this, the ACC also has a cornering assist function that prevents acceleration when the system detects that the motorcycle is swerving, and if the radar detects a vehicle ahead, it also limits the level of acceleration.

The bike also has an ACC overtaking assist system that allows the Tracer 9 GT+ to accelerate more smoothly when it detects that the bike’s turn signal is on and the bike is about to overtake.

In addition to the ACC, this model features a number of advanced technologies, including Unified braking system (UBS, unified braking system) with radar connection. In practice, the new system provides greater control using data from millimeter wave radar and a 6-axis IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) to assist the driver and regulate braking forces, via a Bosch hydraulic unit that improves the check of the braking system.

If the system assesses that the braking action is not sufficient to prevent a collision with the vehicle in front of the motorcycle, Increases brake pressure on the front and rear wheels to help the bike slow down. This technical solution also takes care of the distribution of braking force between front and rear if only the front brakes or only the rear brakes are used.

to any concern New 7-inch TFT screen, Yamaha states that it has a USB, Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth connection. Once connected, the passenger can see information about incoming calls, emails and messages on the TFT set of devices. In addition, the driver and passenger can also listen to music and answer calls using a headset connected via Bluetooth.

Most importantly, a complete navigation system is available through the Garmin Motorize app.


As for the engine, we find an 890cc 3-cylinder CP3 capable of It generates 119 horsepower and 93 Nm of torque. The new Yamaha Tracer 9 GT+ is equipped with a third-generation electronic transmission that allows you to shift gears or engage a higher gear without using the clutch. All this even with ACC activated without deactivating it.

The bike can also count on 4 riding modes: ‘Sport’, ‘Street’, ‘Rain’ or ‘Custom’. All of them interfere with the engine map, traction control, bicycle control of the bike and electronic suspension.

As for the brake system, the diameter of the rear brakes has been increased by 9% to 267 mm.

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