Slingshot SLR

*U.S. model shown. Features vary by country.

Key Features

enhanced technology
Enhanced technology

Stay focused on the ride with 7" Ride Command® multi-touch display with glove touch technology, turn by turn navigation, phone connectivity, Rockford Fosgate® audio & back up camera to enhance your ride.

styling
Bold styling

With 2-tone premium paint, full body graphics, 18" front & 20" 305mm rear forged aluminum wheels & 2-piece lightweight brake rotors.

performance
Performance ready

Slingshot® SLR features Sparco® leather-wrapped steering wheel, Sparco® shift knob, Sparco® pedal covers and a larger rear wheel for superior performance.

More joy, from the makers of your ride.

Build your Slingshot to fit your style with accessories to upgrade your interior, customize to your tastes, or boost your performance.

Slingshot Slingshade

Slingshade®

Gives your ride integrated custom style, and provides you with cool shade when sunny days inspire long drives.

Slingshot Customization

Customization

Add color high and low, front to back, to create a colorful custom look by contrasting colors that pop, or matching colors that create smooth, integrated style that’s all yours.

Slingshot Interior Upgrades

Interior Upgrade

Personalize your Slingshot and make it truly your ride with interior upgrades that add custom style and help you enjoy the great ride even more.

Slingshot Performance

Equipped to Joyride

Ignite your Slingshot driving passion with performance accessories.

Slingshot - Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Polaris Slingshot is Street Legal

Street Legal

Slingshot meets all legal requirements and is equipped for use on all public roads.
Polaris Slingshot helmet laws

Helmet laws

Helmet laws vary from state to state and are dependent on Slingshot classification. Slingshot recommends always wearing a DOT approved full face helmet.
Polaris Slingshot License requirements

License Requirements

The classification of Slingshot is state-dependent. Over 40 states classify Slingshot as an autocycle, which only requires a driver's license. The other classification is a motorcycle, which requires a motorcycle endorsement.

Polaris Slingshot power to weight ratio

Power-to-Weight Ratio

Slingshot's lightweight design and 173 HP provide an impressive power-to-weight ratio.
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