New Slingshot SLR LE And Industry Leading Ride Command® Infotainment Headline Expanded 2018 Model Year

Slingshot®, the three-wheeled, open-air cockpit roadster that has taken the industry to the edge since its introduction in 2014,announced its 2018 model lineup with select offerings boasting its industry-leading Ride Command® infotainment system. Headlining the 2018 models is the all-new Slingshot SLR LE.

The 2018 Slingshot lineup consists of Slingshot S, SL, SLR and SLR LE. The all new, industry-leading 7” multi-touch Ride Command is available as an accessory for Slingshot S, and comes standard in SL, SLR, and SLR LE models. Ride Command is equipped with great features like phone integration, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, and customizable vehicle information screens. Additionally, Ride Command offers turn-by-turn navigation in the SLR and SLR LE models as standard equipment and can be added as an accessory upgrade to the S and SL models.

Slingshot’s ultra-premium SLR LE packs a suite of offerings, including BILSTEIN 10-way adjustable suspension, 200w Rockford Fosgate® audio, premium sport seats with color-matched side bolsters, two-tone Ghost Gray with Lime Squeeze painted accents, and special edition graphics.

“The introduction of Ride Command merges modern conveniences of today’s latest technology with Slingshot’s high-adrenaline riding experience,” said Kevin Reilly, VP, Marketing –Slingshot. “The addition of the SLR LE rounds out our vehicle offerings with a premium model for those who demand the absolute best.”

Slingshot’s 2018 models offer a variety of price points that will begin to reach dealers in September 2017. The Slingshot S will be available starting at $19,999 in Gloss Black, an entry-level price point making it a more affordable means to experience an exhilarating driving experience only Slingshot can provide.

Starting at $25,499, the SL will come in Navy Blue and Sunset Red, while the SLR starts at $28,999 and introduces a new Electric Blue color to the line-up. The popular SLR Orange Madness will continue for 2018. In a limited run, the Slingshot SLR LE will be available starting at $30,999 in a two-tone Ghost Gray with Lime-Squeeze painted accents.

Owners can personalize and customize their Slingshot with dozens of Slingshot Engineered Accessories, including premium 200-watt Rockford Fosgate audio kit, quilted comfort seats or add custom style with the all new rear fender*. Additionally, owners can add Slingshot’s industry-leading Ride Command system to their Slingshot S, or enhance their S or SL’s capabilities by adding the Ride Command Navigation system. Most of the vehicle accessories are offered in a variety of factory color-matched options, which allow consumers to truly customize their Slingshots.

For more information about the Slingshot Lineup, visit Polaris Slingshot

10 Responses to “New Slingshot SLR LE And Industry Leading Ride Command® Infotainment Headline Expanded 2018 Model Year”

  1. 1 Boots Aug 2nd, 2017 at 2:37 pm

    And this vehicle is still considered a motorcycle?

  2. 2 richards Aug 2nd, 2017 at 4:30 pm

    “Slingshot®, the three-wheeled, open-air cockpit roadster that has taken the industry to the edge since its introduction in 2014”,,,,Boots, This is how the above article refers to it, They have finally admitted that it’ is NOT a motorcycle. That’s PROGRESS!

  3. 3 RUB Aug 3rd, 2017 at 5:33 am

    so do I wave to these guys or not ?

  4. 4 beentheredonethat Aug 3rd, 2017 at 11:48 am

    I think they made it uglier than it was
    didn’t think that was possible

  5. 5 Nitschke Aug 3rd, 2017 at 1:41 pm

    Bada bada bada Batman! I would’ve thought that was coll when I was 12.

  6. 6 bigalyts Aug 3rd, 2017 at 2:06 pm

    This Vehicles is Cool looking and cool Riding. when I rode one, I felt so Bad that Rain would not Fall on me…….Just for thought………Mike Corbin time to Make your V-Twin Vehicle Again. This time Polaris has created a Market for you. Timing is correct, Mike.

  7. 7 Boomer Aug 4th, 2017 at 7:47 am

    Put a 427 ci side oiler in that bad boy and you’d really have something. Probably go through back tires like they were nothing but it would still be fun.

  8. 8 Xenu Aug 4th, 2017 at 11:46 am

    This thing is as ugly as a Chinese copy of a custom Suzuki Burgman made by Mattel to star for use in a Saturday morning Korean-animated cartoon about a radioactive mouse who fights evil with his sidekick Jar Jar Binks

    Yeah, I prefer the S&S Morgan three wheeler.

  9. 9 rebel Aug 4th, 2017 at 6:50 pm

    the flying brick

  10. 10 Mazz Aug 8th, 2017 at 9:51 am

    Everyone has their own opinion of course, mine is that two wheels in the front is a car, not a motorcycle.

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