The cockpit of the Scram 411 consists of an analog speedometer plus an LC display with gear and fuel level indicator as well as a small on-board computer plus the practical navigation display, which we already know from the Meteor. To navigate you need an app on your smartphone, the display is limited to arrows that show you the direction. Simple but well done - which could also be said about the entire bike.
Apart from a 2-channel ABS from Bosch, the Scram 411 does not have much else to offer. With 24 hp, however, the question also arises as to why you would need traction control, for example. Driving modes? Wheelie control? The scram driver laughs about this, we don't need anything.
But then we would have found the main stand of the Himalayan, which RE gave itself at the Scram. Okay, a center stand does not belong to a scrambler and you also save a few kilos of weight, but still a pity.