Slingshot Announces 2024 Lineup

Troy Siahaan
by Troy Siahaan

Bring on the haters – the Slingshot's getting a few updates for 2024.

Love them or hate them, the Polaris Slingshot continues to be a popular seller. So much so that the lineup is getting some updates for 2024. However, those updates primarily include new paint, new audio, new wheels, and some new accessories.

Begin press release:

Polaris Slingshot’s New 2024 Model Year Lineup Delivers Extraordinary

Driving Experiences & One-of-a-Kind On-Road Adventures

New 2024 Slingshot Lineup Represents the Ultimate Platform for Self-Expression,

Introduces Thoughtful Updates & Refinements, Premium Paint & Head-Turning Graphics

Polaris Slingshot, known for its distinctive on-road adventure experience, continues to attract a diverse community of riders who appreciate its unique features. The open cockpit, three-wheel design, and bold styling make the Slingshot a platform for self-expression.

The 2023 Slingshot saw a significant number of new customers, with 85% being first-time Polaris product owners. This trend expanded the powersports leader's reach to a more diverse audience, including a higher representation of multicultural and female customers compared to other Polaris brands.

“We designed and developed the first Slingshot with a spirit of innovation and a drive to create something unlike anything else in the marketplace,” said Chris Sergeant, Polaris Slingshot Vice President. “Over the past several years, it’s been incredible to grow Slingshot into a true lifestyle brand. People from all walks of life, all around the country, are experiencing the thrill of Slingshot ownership. Their Slingshot is a statement of their individuality and they've become part of the tight-knit Slingshot community.”

In 2024, Polaris enhances Slingshot's visual appeal with a variety of premium paint options and graphics packages. The SL models will feature updated wheels in a sleek midnight charcoal metallic color. The audio experience is also upgraded, with the Stage 2 Audio Package now boasting 200 watts and Rockford Fosgate integrated speakers.

Responding to demand, the Slingshot ROUSH Edition makes a return, combining head-turning looks with a performance-driven lifestyle. This edition includes premium components and exclusive branding, elevating the Slingshot's style and performance.

Built upon the Slingshot R platform, the Slingshot ROUSH Edition packs the 203-horsepower ProStar engine but adds premium componentry, including Brembo Brakes with exclusive slotted rotors, a Slingshot Excursion Top, Sparco Pedal Covers, and an exclusive race car-inspired steering wheel with color accents. Taking stand-out style to an entirely new level, the Slingshot ROUSH Edition features a special graphics package that enhances Slingshot's distinctive look and performance with unmistakable ROUSH styling and branding, including seats with an exclusive design, a special edition color-matched design for the instrument cluster, and blacked-out badging. Manual transmission options feature a ROUSH Block "R" branding on the gear shift knob, while AutoDrive offerings are standard with Paddle Shifters.

Polaris offers a range of factory accessories for personalization, including heated and cooled seats, audio kits, tops like Slingshade and Excursion Top, and integrated storage bags. The "Build Yours" digital configurator on allows drivers to customize their Slingshot with real-time rendering and budget tracking.

New accessories for 2024 include Excursion Top Canvas Options, Excursion Top Rear Panel, and an upgraded 200W Audio Kit by Rockford Fosgate. Over 75 accessories with updated color options complement the new paint colors of the 2024 lineup.

The pricing for the 2024 Slingshot models starts at $21,999 for the S model and goes up to $40,299 for the Slingshot ROUSH Edition. The lineup is set to start shipping to dealers in early 2024, and more details can be found at

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  • Hacksaw Hacksaw on Dec 07, 2023

    Who cares about most states?

    these machines driven , not rode.

  • Stuart Stuart on Dec 07, 2023

    A miata is much cheaper. People who buy these just like to be seen, cant ride on 2 wheels anymore, or are afraid to wipe out. Its worse in the rain, youre so low to the ground a scooter will block your view, and insurance liability would be an issue as well as well as repairs and parts. Cot of parts and acailability will be worse than getting an italian bike. Stick with the big 4 or close the door.