The 2024 Polaris Slingshot marks the next iteration of the three-wheeler that’s fun to drive but also tends to be owned by annoying bros who bump music too loud while trawling in traffic.
The biggest news is that the available Roush Edition returns. Using the Slingshot R, it will have 203 horsepower, Brembo brakes, and unique design elements inside and out.
Other changes across the lineup include new paint colors, new wheels for the SL trim, and available Rockford Fosgate audio. Drivers will have the ability to customize their ride with a bevy of accessories, including new options for roof panels.
Both manual and automatic transmissions are available.
Pricing will start at $21,999 for a base S with a manual. Available trim levels include S, S with Technology Package, SL, SLR, R, and Roush Edition.
The most expensive Slingshot is a Roush with the automatic, which starts at $40,299.
An R will cost you $34,799 with a manual. The price walk takes you from the low $20K mark all the way up to $40K.
As a reminder, the Slingshot uses a 2.0-liter four-cylinder making either 178 horsepower or 203 ponies.
You’ll be able to snag your Slingshot early next year.
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