@vickytulla ! You sir, are clearly much more knowledgeable than me in this regard. And i just realized my mistake. That bike i ride years ago, was a 'HONDA' 750 (the one you just posted) lol. My brain is getting weary.
Anyway ... let me show you what i am talking about when i say "dynamic" posture. Do note that i have mentioned TWO kinda.
1) Harley style - with straight posture. Something piaggio had, but with a poor implementation (cuz of higher handle bars, and wrong position of foot rest)
2) Naked bikes ... which don't have a straight sitting posture, and rider always bends forward very slightly .. as shown in the following picture of a CB400.
Or this Inazuma 750:
On a side note ... absolutely adore the design language of these 90's models, with minimalistic approach. Discreet looks but ferocious performance is what i crave (with a little it of road presence in the form of a dazzling exhaust note )
Anyway, coming back to Piaggio ... believe it or not ... i am pretty sure this is exactly what has happened with the new model of Piaggio, with rider's posture adjusted to a more 'natural' manner. By slightly bending forward, we "could" practically control the bike better, even if slightly. See what i mean?