The innovative multi-controller was introduced to the motorcycle sector at the end of 2009 as part of an integrated control concept. Perfectly within reach at the inside of the left handlebar grip, it supersedes the functional unit that was previously installed on the handlebar. The major advantage the multi-controller enjoys over a cluster of control elements is that it can be operated manually without removing your hands from the handlebars. The multi-controller is operated by turning it up and down or tilting it to the left and right. Unlike a keypad, the multi-controller can be operated by drivers without having to take their eyes off the road ahead. The Bluetooth function in the audio system can transfer audio, telephone, and navigation signals to the loudspeakers in the driver's and passenger's helmets. And the multi-controller offers another distinctive feature for comfort: drivers can use it to regulate the loudspeaker volume in their helmets, all while keeping their hands firmly on the handlebars.