The Tuono 660 has a rather small TFT colour display, which also looks a bit playful. There are Ride by Wire and five driving modes, three of which are for the road and two for the race track. A road mode is called "Individual" and it keeps what it promises: you can set five parameters: power, traction, engine brake, wheelie control and ABS. Not bad for a middle-class naked bike. In series there is also a cruise control (!), optionally there is also a multi-axis IMU for slanting position control.
Aprilia is also in full swing when it comes to braking systems. The Brembos front and rear work excellently and have easy play with the light weight of the Tuono. The brake is biting and still easy to dose, the machine is immediately on command when it must be.
Incidentally, the windscreen of the small bikini disc also works surprisingly well. The helmet lies completely in the wind without turbulence and shoulders and torso are close to free from the wind pressure.