What year did Polaris Slingshot come out?

What year did Polaris Slingshot come out?

2014
The Polaris Slingshot is a three-wheeled motor vehicle. The first edition of the model was introduced in 2014 as a 2015 model.

What are the different models of Polaris Slingshot?

All Types

  • All Types.
  • Slingshot Grand Touring.
  • Slingshot R.
  • Slingshot R Limited Edition.
  • Slingshot S.
  • Slingshot SL.

    Do you need a motorcycle license to drive a Polaris Slingshot in Canada?

    Drivers need a “G” licence to drive one. The Slingshot has a 173-horsepower 2.4-litre four-cylinder engine that propels the vehicle to 100 km/h from rest in less than five seconds.

    Does Polaris still make the slingshot?

    The 2021 Slingshot lineup consists of the S, SL, R and R Limited Edition grades. The last one is a new edition for 2021 and comes standard with all the best accessories, as well as an exclusive Neon Fade paint scheme. Pricing for the 2021 Slingshot starts at $19,999.

    How much does a 2020 Slingshot cost?

    From $26,499
    2020 Polaris Slingshot/MSRP
    The 2020 Polaris Slingshot is poised to hit dealers this spring, starting at $26,499 for an SL with AutoDrive.

    How fast is a Slingshot?

    Top speed is limited at 125 mph for the 2020 Slingshot, and we only get 0-60 mph sprint times for the meaner and more expensive $30,999 Slingshot R, which can pull it off in 4.9 seconds.

    How much horsepower does a 2020 Slingshot have?

    203 horsepower
    This year the Slingshot sheds the GM powerplant and gets an in-house 4-cylinder ProStar 2.0L motor by Polaris. In the case of the line-topping 2020 Slingshot R we are testing, that means a 1997cc DOHC motor that puts out a superbike-like 203 horsepower at 8250 rpm, along with a brawny 144 ft-lbs of torque at 6500 rpm.

    How fast is a 2020 Slingshot?

    125 mph
    Top speed is limited at 125 mph for the 2020 Slingshot, and we only get 0-60 mph sprint times for the meaner and more expensive $30,999 Slingshot R, which can pull it off in 4.9 seconds.