The cockpit of this machine consists of an inverted LCD display, which is housed in the handlebar clamp. There are no analogue clocks, but the speed can at least be displayed digitally.
The legibility of the small cockpit is surprisingly good, although not much is displayed. There is an on-board computer that can be skipped through via a button on the left of the handlebar. Only the fuel level and the speed are displayed. Obviously, there is a deliberate focus on reduction here, which in our opinion also fits well with this bike and is also conducive to easy operation.
Apart from the 2-channel ABS, there are no electronic driving aids. Our test bike also didn't have traction control, but it should now (autumn 2023) also be part of the standard equipment. Our test bike came with full LED lights including the turn signals and hazard warning lights. As standard, the turn signals are still equipped with incandescent lamps and orange caps. By the way, there is an automatic turn signal reset, very pleasing.