Harley-Davidson is coming out with their own special edition Ford F-150 truck.
Apparently, there is a lot of crossover between pickup owners and Harley-Davidson owners. You’d think that such big and clunky motorcycles would be too big to fit in the F-150’s bed, but then again, it could just be a matter of motorcycles on weekends and pickup trucks to get to work.
In any case, Harley-Davidson is celebrating their 115th anniversary, and what better way to celebrate than with a special edition pickup truck, just for them?
It’s called the Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson. Unveiled at the Harley museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the F-150 H-D is a collaboration between Harley-Davidson, Ford, and Tuscany Motors, a tuning house that takes Ford F-150s and turns them into something magical. Tuscany is officially licensed by Ford to make their custom creations, of which they’ve already got 3 in production.
So what does the F-150 H-D get over a regular F-150? A lot of Harley badging is what. There are Harley logos on the doors, tailgate, steering wheel, fender flares, seats, gauges, center armrest, and floor mats. Oh, and the wheels.
It’s not all just Harley memorabilia. There are also some functional upgrades, such as the new BDS suspension with FOX shocks, raising the F-150 several inches. It also comes with power running boards, so it’s a little easier to get in and out of.
Wheels are 18-inch rims with 35-inch all-terrain tires. Seats are two-tone diamond perforated leather designs as used in Tuscany’s other models. Stainless steel and chrome are used to accent the interior and exterior to make it look like it shares some DNA with the Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
There’s a new custom grille as well as a custom hood with Raptor-style air scoops for that aggressive look.
“Harley-Davidson is one of the most iconic brands in the world,” said Jeff Burttschell, Vice President, Tuscany Motor Co. “The new truck was designed to evoke the same sense of power and freedom as the Harley-Davidson motorcycles that inspired it.”
You can register interest for the F-150 H-D at its website here.