As already indicated, the Pan Am is technically extremely well equipped. Except for a QuickShifter, everything is on board: Large TFT touch display, 7 driving modes (4 finished and 3 user setups), full LED incl. adaptive cornering light (!), 6-axis IMU, lean angle sensors with intervention on traction control and ABS, Handy-Connect with map navigation in the cockpit (particularly well done!), Ride by Wire, cruise control, music control and the electronic, semi-active chassis. I've certainly forgotten something, but no matter: This bike is a TEC monster!
Unfortunately, this abundance of technical helpers requires a little training. The operation is complex and sometimes the diverse representations in the cockpit are a bit too small. But that's the way it is with modern bikes: A lot of technology, a lot of displays, a lot of training necessary.
But once you get used to the functions of the Pan Am, you will be rewarded with a very versatile machine and corresponding assistance systems.