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The front 3/4 view of a red-black-and-bronze 2022 Polaris Slingshot Signature LE parked by a beach
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2022 Polaris Slingshot Signature LE Brings the Bling and Glow

Polaris gives the Slingshot some extra flash and features with the 2022 Slingshot Signature LE. It doesn't have the Slingshot R's power, but it does have some otherwise optional goodies as standard, a special red-black-and-bronze paint job, and some model-specific bronze wheels. Also, extra color-changing LEDs.
A red Polaris Slingshot sitting in front of a black and white background.

Polaris Slingshot’s Dangerous Recalls Where 3 Wheels Become 2

In 2015, Polaris introduced the innovative Slingshot. The 3-wheel open-air roadster offers a one-of-a-kind driving experience but is not without issue. A current recall threatens to turn the trike-like design into a two-wheeler, creating a dangerous driving condition. Here is what you need to know before hitting the highway in your Polaris Slingshot.
The front 3/4 view of an orange-and-blue 2021 Polaris Slingshot R in a parking lot
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How Much Is a 2021 Polaris Slingshot R?

Being essentially the range-topping model, the 2021 Polaris Slingshot R is more expensive than the S and SL trims. But it has more standard features as well as more horsepower and torque. However, depending on what you're after, the R might not be the model for you.
An image of a 2021 Polaris Slingshot driving down the road.

Can You Daily Drive a Polaris Slingshot?

Take one look at the Polaris Slingshot and you’re bound to say, “What the heck is that?” We wouldn’t blame you, considering it’s not every day that you see a three-wheeled half-car, half-motorcycle thing rolling down the road. It definitely looks weird, but could you technically drive on every day? The Polaris Slingshot is technically …
A view from behind a red Nobe GT100 electric autocycle shows the removed panoramic roof.

New Tech, Classic Style, 3 Wheels – The Nobe Electric Car

I have discussed before that autocycles have had a hard time gaining traction in the United States. Before they can become a huge success, they first have to prove to the consumer that a vehicle with three wheels is okay. Once that is achieved, then autocycles will move from niche markets and into the broader mass …