SEMA eNews Vol. 21, No. 41, October 11, 2018

Slingshot Hosts SEMA Show Attendees With Joyride Experience

By SEMA Editors

  SlingshotShowgoers can ride as a passenger while a professional driver demonstrates the Slingshot’s driving capabilities by whirling around multiple tight corners within a custom-built, 18,000-sq.-ft. course.
   

Polaris Slingshot—a three-wheeled, five-speed, 173-hp Slingshot roadster—will host 2018 SEMA Show attendees with its “Joyride” ride-along experience in the Westgate Lot (booth #80050).

Showgoers can ride as a passenger while a professional driver demonstrates the Slingshot’s driving capabilities by whirling around multiple tight corners within a custom-built, 18,000-sq.-ft. course.

The Slingshot’s styling and design lends itself to an ideal customization platform. Slingshot owners have several accessory and upgrade options, whether selecting from the Slingshot accessory lineup of more than 150 parts and accessories, or from one of the numerous Slingshot aftermarket providers. 

Despite a federal motorcycle classification, Slingshot drivers in 44 states, including Nevada, can operate a Slingshot with their standard driver’s license; no motorcycle endorsement is needed.

 

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