Harley-Davidson and Ford share quite a lot of history together. For over a decade, the carmaker and the famous motorcycle company created a special F-150, the Harley-Davidson edition, and it was loved by both pickup truck fans and bikers too.
The appearance package first made its debut in the year 2000 on the SuperCab and the relationship blossomed until 2013 when it was dropped from the line up only to be resurrected in 2018 when a new version was announced and specially prepared by custom shop Tuscany Motor Company.
They have been in the business of producing specialty trucks for more than 30 years and for 2020 they’ll be at it again – but this time, it won’t be with Ford… it will be with GMC!
The iconic motorcycle marque is teaming up with them again and they are using the General Motors platform for a fancy version of the Sierra. Harley-Davidson says it has over 65 changes compared to the regular Sierra and some these include an LED light bar in the front bumper while the grille features a Bar & Shield insert as a nod to the motorcycle marque’s corporate logo.
It also has a functional ram air bonnet and rides on 22in milled aluminium wheels – inspired from the iconic Fat Boy. It also has fender flares and illuminated and electrically deployable running boards while around the back of the special edition truck it features an exhaust system which has been modified and gets solid aluminium dual tips housed within the redesigned rear bumper. The custom tonneau cover is colour-matched with the body and also decorated with the iconic Harley-Davidson badge.
As for the cabin, you’ll find plenty of HD logos in there along with a custom leather upholstery and a special badge on the dash to denote just how special this truck is.
Aside from the cosmetic tweaks, this GMC Sierra also features a BDS suspension lift and beefier Fox shocks, along with 35in all-terrain tyres. Just 250 units – finished in Onyx Black, Summit White or Satin Steel Metallic – will be built. No hard feelings, Ford. It’s just business…