I came across this in my village the other day. I believe it’s a Polaris Slingshot. Wikipedia describes it as follows:
“The Polaris Slingshot is a three-wheeled motorcycle. The first edition of the model was introduced in 2014 as a 2015 model…The Slingshot has a tilt-adjustable steering wheel, side-by-side bucket seats, and does not lean. It has no roof, doors, or side windows and the whole interior is waterproof so it can be hosed down and drained out using drain holes in the floor.
The S and SL models come with a 20″ x 9.0″ back rim fitted with a 255mm width tire, and 18″ x 7.5″ front rims with 225mm wide tires. The SLR and R models have the same front rims and tires with the addition of a 20″ x 11.0” rear rim fitted with a 305mm wide tire. All models have a front double wishbone suspension with anti-roll bar. An optional 5-speed automatic transmission became available in 2020 with the release of the generation two models. A small windshield is an optional extra on the base model, and fitted as standard on the SL model. There is also an optional fiberglass wind and sun cover, which Polaris calls a “Slingshade”, that features inset polycarbonate windows and snaps onto the Slingshot’s tube frame, acting somewhat like a hardtop roof. The steering wheel, gear stick, and brake, clutch, and throttle pedals have a conventional automobile layout.”
And what to do if it rains…? The vehicle is essentially waterproof…you not so much. So you’d better watch the weather and/or wear appropriate clothing. I suppose it’s actually closer to a motor cycle than a car.
It’s certainly striking.
Taken with a Nikon D800 and Nikon AF Nikkor 28-80 f3.3-5.6