Top Motorcycles With Welcome Message Instrument Clusters

In the present era, the digital instrument clusters in motorcycles do not merely show information to the riders. The instrument clusters also welcome them with different messages

Motorcycles are more connected to the riders than ever in 2021. Via Bluetooth connectivity and personalised mobile applications launched by the manufacturers, a rider can learn everything about his or her motorcycles. It is like an owner can understand how a motorcycle is feeling and operating on a daily basis. That’s not all as to enhance the relationship between man and machine, manufacturers are now programming the instrument clusters of the motorcycles with human-like welcome messages. 

Is this article important?

If you are a rider who also is tech-savvy, this article is important for you. After all, it is riders like you who love futuristic motorcycles with tons of electronic aids and rider’s assists. For riders like you, it is not about what the engine is saying; it is about what the digital instrument cluster is showing. Therefore, you must know and own motorcycles that welcome riders when they turn the ignition on. 

Are you ready to race? 

KTM’s tagline is ready to race. Therefore, in every KTM motorcycle, the instrument cluster reads ‘Ready to Race’ when the ignition is turned on. At present, India has several KTM motorcycles on offer. The models are Duke 125, Duke 200, Duke 250, Duke 390, RC 125, RC 200, RC 390, ADV 250 and ADV 390. Some more models are likely to be launched soon by the Austrian maker in the Indian market. 

‘Hi’ and ‘See You’ by the Yamaha R15

Yamaha’s R15 is a sports motorcycle that has ruled the Indian streets for a long time. The motorcycle’s smooth 155cc engine is loved by the moto-enthusiasts and it is also one of the few small motorcycles that can be ridden on the race tracks. The R15, when switched on, says ‘Hi’ along with the rider’s name (example- ‘Hi Rohit’, the name can be customised) and when switched off, it says ‘See You’. 

Some more messages from Husqvarna and TVS

As of now, the Indian market only has two motorcycles from Husqvarna; the Svartpilen and the Vitpilen. Turn on the ignition of these two motorcycles and the clusters will show ‘Pioneering Since 1903’. When it comes to TVS, the Apache 310 says ‘Wear Your Gear’ whereas the Ntorq (we had to add the scooter, apologies) says ‘Hello’ plus the rider’s name, which is customisable.