A motor vehicle with three-wheel, Polaris Slingshot was first introduced in 2014. Over the years, there have been minor upgrades, but in the variants share the same format as open vehicle with two front wheels and one rear wheel. Comfortably fitting two people side-by-side. Earlier this year, the Slingshot Grand Touring LE with “Slingshade” folding roof was quietly introduced in the middle of the production year. For the 2019 model year lineup just announced, the Slingshot Grand Touring is taking the centre stage.
Creating fun driving experience is always at the core of all Slingshot three-wheelers, but long-distance touring is a more obvious intention. The Grand Touring variant with satellite navigation on multi-touch screen, comfortable quilted seats, taller windshield and most importantly, the aforementioned Slingshade top and rear fender doubled as roof is the best one to go for. All four Slingshot models are powered by GM-sourced 2.4-litre four-cylinder engine, delivering 173 hp through a five-speed manual transmission.