I don’t agree with you. In my opinion, if you buy a 1000cc hypersport bike, you’re not buying a car. I mean you don’t need TFT screens, cruise control, heat grips, etc… You buy it for the passion, not for the gadgets. GSXR’s LCD are perfect for road and track use. Big numbers, big and bright shiftlight.Suzuki needs to buy 10 BMW S1000RR's and reverse engineer them to create the perfect bike. When I bought my '18 R1000R the dealer was heavily discounting them. It was a good bike for the price I paid, but I would not have paid anywhere close to full msrp for the bike. Base msrp on the S1KRR is a couple hundred less too than a R1000R. 3 year warranty, etc. But when you're paying a premium, you expect premium features, tft instead of a Casio watch, cruise control since you already have rbw throttle, heated grips, electronic suspension, etc.
But like others have touched on, sport bikes in general don't make sense. Especially when they get more and more track focused with more aggressive ergo's every revamp. Most people probably spend 90% of the time on the street and the other 10% on a track. A dedicated sportbike doesn't make sense for that ratio when there's so many better options available today.