Polaris is teasing the latest iteration of its three-wheeled autocycle, the Slingshot. A short teaser video and a still image on the Polaris consumer site gives us a glimpse of the Slingshot’s new face, which appears to trade the round headlamps of the 2019 model for stylized lights that are complemented by a pair of lamps located in the vehicle’s lower fascia.
The front-end teasers show a slightly different light signature. It appears Polaris ditched the round shapes that were used in the headlights and the center nose lights and replaced them with light bars. In this case, the updated tech meshes well with the body’s already angular and sharp aesthetic.
It remains to be seen if any mechanical modifications will adorn the updated Slingshot. If not, then the 2020 model will continue to feature a GM-sourced 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine with 173 p and 165 lb-ft (223 Nm) of torque.
The current lineup starts with the entry-level S that’s priced from $19,999. One step up in the range brings customers to the Slingshot SL available from $25,499 and complete with a 7-inch multi-touch display, 18-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels, a 100-watt Rockford Fosgate audio system, premium stitched seats, and a reversing camera. Other models in the range include the Slingshot SLR and Slingshot Grand Touring priced at $28,999 and $29,499 respectively.