I did not like the dashboard: graphics are too chichi which made them difficult to read, but once you get it, the data are all there and setting the suspensions, engine maps and computer trip becomes easy, the backlighting effective even with strong sun glare. The front LED light, cult object for designers, is not as efficient as its aesthetics; I found its beam to be sub dimensioned, in tunnels I often checked if it was on, but if it is homologated it means that it is OK, maybe I am too demanding.
All in all, the Turismo Veloce is an excellent product, made in Italy and exclusive, its price may be considered as high at first, I can already hear people saying “for the same price I can buy a tourer with more horsepower!” or “there are cheaper tourers on the market!”, etc. but with the Turismo Veloce you have a motorcycle unlike any other, size and drivability are unique, aesthetics are spectacular, it doesn’t go unnoticed, and racing sensations are granted. Maybe its fuel consumption is a bit high, but you can’t feed racehorses sparingly.
Text-Video and tester: Luca Pucci