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Sling Ray Car: What Makes This Car One of a Kind?

The Sling-Ray car debuted at the SEMA show in Las Vegas, which, in the automotive world, is the king of the aftermarket automotive scene. 

The Sling-Ray Car is one of a kind because it utilizes the basic tub of a Slingshot, which is then encased in a sort of tube frame C7 Corvette ZR1-style body. Of course, it’s more than that, as the Slingshot is traditionally a three-wheeled vehicle, and the Sling-Ray car isn’t.

The Sling-Ray car is unique, but a few specs make it stand out. 

This article will detail some of the Sling-Ray’s impressive specs and unique features.

At A Glance

The Sling-Ray car is a Polaris Slingshot that has been through a thorough Corvette-inspired redesign. Credit:

The Sling-Ray car is a Polaris Slingshot that has been through a thorough Corvette-inspired redesign. The unique features offer increased comfort, safety, and customization options that make the Sling-Ray car stand out from any other vehicle on the road. 

Built by Flo air ride suspension and Bullet Concepts, the Sling-Ray car uses the basic tub of a Slingshot, but with several modifications. 

Let’s take a look at some of them!

Key Modifications of Sling Ray Car

Multiple modifications make the Sling-Ray car very different from a standard Slingshot. The use of the Corvette ZR1 body gives it a unique look that sets it apart from other vehicles. There are varying modifications from its Slingshot origins, including mods to the exterior, interior, and engine.


The sleek cage-like exterior is the most notable difference of the Sling Ray car from the Polaris Slingshot. The Sling-Ray car offers a cage exoskeleton mimicking the body of a Corvette ZR1. The cage is made out of aluminum tig weld and features a full roll cage all around the vehicle from top to bottom. 

The Sling-Ray also features a custom-made wing from APR and cage reinforcements made by Ekstensive metalworks. The most apparent change notable when looking at the exterior is moving to a four-wheeled vehicle from the Polaris Slingshot’s three wheels, but we’ll get to that later!

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The next thing you’ll notice is the custom interior of the Sling-Ray car. Its interior is unique in the same way the Polaris Slingshot interior is. The Sling-Ray car’s interior is one of the aspects that most closely resembles the Polaris Slingshot, but how exactly do they differ?

The interior of the Sling-Ray car includes custom seats from status racing that have orange stitching embedded in them to mimic the exact color combo as the exterior.

The carbon fiber center console features a drift brake and custom LED lighting that shows the same orange hue. The Sling-Ray car also features a MOMO steering wheel and a custom audio system with a nine-inch touch panel from Alpine. The custom audio system is also integrated into the center console and Jail audio speakers. 

Under The Hood


The Sling-Ray car is powered by a Chevrolet Performance LS3 V8 crate engine, boosted with a Whipple supercharger. That power is then sent to the rear wheels via a 4L65E automatic gearbox. Its engine produces 430 horsepower and 425 pound-feet of torque. 

The Sling-Ray also features a C&R aftermarket radiator under the hood, made in the United States, and uses modern aluminum core designs and production processes for optimum cooling. Along with those aspects, Bullet Speed went over the top to make custom billet valve covers and a custom gas cap for the Sling-Ray.

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Wheels and Brakes

The most notable difference between the Sling-Ray car and the Polaris Slingshot is the addition of the fourth wheel. The Sling-Ray car adds the fourth wheel with a one-of-a-kind entirely custom set of wheels.

The suspension upfront and all the air ride components on the vehicle are custom made and feature air ride on all four corners of the car. 

The Sling Ray car has upgraded brakes with uprated multi-piston calipers. It features six-piston calipers in the front and a dual setup of two sets of calipers in the rear. There is also a unique custom drift brake that can be used for drifting the vehicle around corners.


The headlights and front end of the Sling-Ray car differ significantly from the Polaris Slingshot. The Slingshot offers a sleek, smooth front end that is aerodynamically designed, and the Sling-Ray is similar but much more customized. 

The Sling-Ray features custom-made billet headlight housings that hold the actual factory OEM Polaris projector bulbs.

The Sling-Ray car has a corvette C7 Z06 carbon-fiber splitter. Because the front of the Sling-Ray is a little bit wider than the standard Corvette, it had to be spliced. The two side pieces house led light strips that act as turn signals and daytime running lights. 

The front end of the Sling-Ray car offers a unique look that differs from the Slingshot. It is a much wider vehicle with a unique headlight and daytime running light placement. 

Final Thoughts

The Sling-Ray car features many modifications, including an aluminum cage around the whole body, an APR wing, custom-made wheels, and a completely custom interior. It differs from the Polaris Slingshot in that it offers some fun and interesting customizations. The Sling-Ray car is eye-catching and unique.

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  • Randy Worner

    My name is Randy Worner and I am the founder of I have been working on cars and trucks for almost 45 years. For the last 36 years I have taught Automotive / Diesel Technology classes for UTI, Snap On Tools, Chrysler, Pepboys, Lone Star College, NAPA and TBC Corporation. I also own a technical writing company known as Supreme Technical Services. It is ASE Gold Seal certified and Blue Seal Certified Author of auto/truck repair information.

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