The Grand Touring LE is powered by a 178 horsepower ProStar 2.0L motor, and the fully automatic AutoDrive transmission makes it easy for anyone to drive. A 20-inch rear wheel puts the power to the ground, with 18-inch wheels taking care of direction changes. The Grand Touring LE gets exclusive Bronze LE wheels for a premium look.Polaris describes the body color as Fairway Green, with the rear fender getting color-matched with the body and Slingshade. There’s a 9.5-inch wind-deflector to further reduce fatigue on long drives. Another ride-enhancing exclusive are the bronze-accented quilted seats with the headrest boasting an embroidered Slingshot logo.Technology is prevalent on the 2020 Polaris Slingshot Grand Touring LE. There’s a seven-inch full-color touchscreen display with GPS and navigation services, along with a 100-wat Rockford Fosgate sound system. That means you can blast your favorite tunes via Bluetooth as you pile on the miles. A back-up camera makes it safer to access reverse.Polaris offers plenty of tempting accessories for the Slingshot Grand Touring LE. The Stage 1 Tune unleashes an additional 25 horsepower from the ProStar 2.0L DOHC powerplant ($599). If heated and cooled seats sound like a good idea, $1200 will get you that climate-taming feature. Overnight bags for the driver and passenger run $165 each, while a side storage bag set is $115—enticing options for the touring crowd.The price for the 2020 Polaris Slingshot Grand Touring LE is $33,999 MSRP. Arrival at Polaris dealers is imminent.