The base model Slingshot S starts at $20,000. Another $5,500 will get you into the SL model, which adds an incredibly useful backup camera, a Rockford Fosgate stereo system which lets you blare obnoxious music (something I think is a requirement when driving), and a much-needed windscreen. Another $2,500 and you’re sitting in a Slingshot SLR which adds a GPS system, Sparco steering wheel, shifter, pedal covers, and fancy style bits. Pile on $2,000 more and you’ll find yourself behind the wheel of this Slingshot SLR LE with a starting MSRP of $30,999. It has 10-way adjustable Bilstein shocks, a premium 200-watt Rockford Fosgate stereo, turn-by-turn navigation, and more fancy style bits.