Thanks for posting. Sounds like we are all very lucky that he changed his mind about endorsing the product. Just goes to show that true innovation lies not in the hearts of those tasked with making bottom line business decisions but with those that are willing to take risks and navigate uncharted waters. This type of innovation rarely rears its head but when it does the enthusiast truly benefits.
it's all about money, if he can't make any it will be short lived. wouldn't be surprised if Mitt had a hand in it. glad to see Obama had nothing to do with it , it would be a failure for sure as his previous investments has proven using your money
Scott Wine is a hell of a guy. I'm glad he even let this out of the gate, but he has faith in his divisions; of course, this wasn't his project, but I think he and Polaris President, Bennet Morgan, committed many of the right resources to the development teams to bring to market what we see today.
Mike Jonikas in particular deserves credit for being the visionary behind the vehicle. If you thank anyone, make sure you direct it to him!