Technically more motorcycle than car, the Polaris Slingshot is nothing if not bang for your buck. This 1,700lbs three-wheeler is driven by a disproportionately powerful 173 horsepower-, 166 ft-lbs torque-producing 2.4-liter GM Ecotec inline-4 coupled to a five speed manual transmission, with yet unrevealed performance specs – though we’re confident they’re going to be ludicrous. And while it’s not subject to the same strenuous safety laws and regulations as four-wheelers, the Slingshot comes stock with ABS, traction control, electronic stability control, and large 298mm vented disc brakes both front and back. Only catch: you’ll need a motorcycle license to drive one in most states.
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