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  • You may want to look at some advancements in the Hydro world. Many of your arguments regarding Hydro sound very similar to the arguments against electric.... Just saying.... https://www.vox.com/energy-and…gy-economy-hytech-storage

    Sorry but my advanced degree in engineering tells me that fuel-cell tech is a cost prohibitive, inefficient and dangerous dead-end technology. Just because the exhaust is pure water and the tech has had celebrity status in NASA does not make it right. Remember we are talking about a compressed tank of explodable gas stowed in a car, okay. What part of ass-backward does this not show?


    Battery electric vehicles that can be purely supported by renewable energy (in one own's home for pete's sake) and is currently in use in 100s of thousands of cars with a proven track record (of close to 15 years) tells me it's the right way to go. It's foolish to invest into fuel-cell, Honda now realizes this and Toyota will soon follow suit.


    No way is this similar to the dead-end and dangerous tech of fuel cell.


    Come on use common sense, why would you introduce a combustible gas into a electrical system that already gets the job done (and very efficiently at that).


    That article you cite continuously throws in diesel as a comparison as if to make fuel cell look better since anything next to diesel does look better and cleaner by default. :)


    This article smacks of big oil propaganda to push hydrogen gas. Because in the end you will still need to supplement additional fuel sources to get enough electrical current to produce hydrogen gas in viable quantities which defeats the purpose of just relying on renewable energy..

  • Almost four pages of nothing to do with the upcoming 2020 Slingshot.


    Little late to request a new thread on vehicle tech power and preferrences.


    The 2020 model will be gas powered, probably automatic, with small panel and lighting changes.


    Engine and tranny specific mods...

    Well, if you bought 'em, you still got 'em for the previous year models.


    And since we're now rapidly rolling up on the end of September with no "See your dealer for details"...

    I suspect we won't see sales of the 2020 model until the first quarter of 2020.


    Waiting to see where the line starts...

    Slingshot Flyer! Well, of course it's red...

  • Almost four pages of nothing to do with the upcoming 2020 Slingshot.


    Little late to request a new thread on vehicle tech power and preferrences.

    Yeah, it's just wrong for a thread to stray off topic talking about new propulsion pro and cons and upcoming competition offerings. I mean looking at all the postings on this board you never see a thread adding more to a discussion like this. This needs to stop. :rolleyes: Now back to the 2020 sling and all the info that hasn't been talked about.

  • I happened to talk to a Polaris tech and he says 2020 models only comes in automatic transmission, let's stay tuned.


  • I happened to talk to a Polaris tech and he says 2020 models only comes in automatic transmission, let's stay tuned.

    Another reason for going ahead a buying a 2016 Sling now with 9,000 miles on it. I could not beat the price either, that was also another reason I went ahead and bought now. 91,000 miles on Sling I