The TFT screen ensures excellent readout view under the sun, while the HMI makes menu navigation and setting easier and user-friendly. It is easy to immediately identify the selected Riding Mode because Riding Modes are colour-coded: the Sport Riding Mode is red, the Touring one is white (in night mode) or black (in day mode), the Urban one is grey and the Enduro one is brown. The TFT display provides information on speed, engine rpm, gears, odometer, trip1 and trip2, engine coolant temperature, fuel level, and clock.
The set Riding Mode is also displayed, along with residual autonomy, instantaneous consumption, average consumption, average speed, air temperature, travel time, and icy terrain alarm. In static conditions, the rider can use the left-hand switches on the handlebar to access a "setting" menu to activate and adjust various functions, including customised DTC and DWC levels, and three levels of ABS Cornering intervention. The suspensions can be adjusted using a dedicated menu. In both static and dynamic conditions, the rider can switch Riding Mode by choosing from Sport, Touring, Urban or Enduro and the load settings depending on the various riding configurations: single rider, rider with panniers, rider with passenger, and rider with passenger and panniers.
The headlight is a full LED unit featuring the Ducati Cornering Lights (DCL) function that optimises the illumination of the road when turning based on the bike's tilt; there is also the hazard lights function (all 4 turn indicators turned on), which can be activated by pressing the special button, and automatic deactivation of the turn indicators depending on the leaning angle. Thanks to the use of the Inertial Platform, the turn indicators will switch off after completing the turn or after a prolonged distance (varying between 200 and 2000 metres depending on the speed of the vehicle at the time the indicator button is pressed).