The Harley-Davidson brand is no stranger to the truck world, but you’re probably used to seeing its slapped on Ford pickups. The special-edition Ford trucks go back for two decades, but there’s a new partnership on the horizon for 2020: Meet the first Harley-branded GMC Sierra pickup truck, which arrives very soon.
Specialty truck builder Tuscany Motor, who has also produced officially licensed H-D F-150s, says the special 2020 GMC Sierra model gets 65 upgrades. They’re not just cosmetic. Up front, you’ll immediately notice the new grille and redesigned front bumper with integrated LED light bar, and the truck also gets a Harley-designed ram-air hood, custom fender flares, functional fender vents, lighted power deploying running boards with new trim, and a redesigned rear bumper that showcases the billet aluminum tips of the custom exhaust. The tow hooks are painted Harley-Davidson orange, and the tailgate and doors get big H-D badges. The 22-inch aluminum wheels are inspired by the popular Fat Boy model, and they’re wrapped in 35-inch all-terrain tires. There’s also a BDS suspension lift with upgraded Fox shocks and lateral stability bars, while the bed is capped with a branded tonneau cover and lined with a branded rug.
The cabin gets two-tone diamond-stitched and perforated leather seats, as well as Harley-Davidson-branded gauges, billet pedals, numbered center-console badge, and trim. The new Harley-Davidson truck will make its physical debut at the Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, this month before going on sale at select GMC dealers starting in February 2020. Only 250 copies will be made, and each one will set buyers back $94,995—or just under what it would cost to snag five Fat Boys.
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