Following in the tradition of numerous other Harley-branded Ford trucks.
As trucks go, arguably none are as iconic as the Ford F-Series - not only the best-selling pickup truck in America, but the best-selling vehicle of any sort, for nearly four decades now.
And as motorcycles go, none are as emblematically American as the works of Harley-Davidson. Perhaps that's why the two go so well together; since the year 2000, there have been numerous Harley-Davidson Edition Ford F-Series pickups, and now, there's a new one.
Just 250 examples of the Harley-Davidson Ford F-250 will be built for 2020, each looking striking with a range of distinctly Harley aesthetic enhancements like bright orange accent trim around the grille and Harley logo fender vents. Over the bed, there's a bespoke, color-matching tonneau cover with a debossed Harley-Davidson logo, and tucked away behind the rear wheel is a pair of fetching black exhaust tips with distinctive orange accents.
Further distinguishing the Harley-Davidson Ford F-250 are a Raptor-esque induction-style hood with ram air, and on the center console, a limited-edition number plaque with the Harley crest. It rides on a striking set of 22" "Fat Boy" wheels in black and machined finish, with a bright orange Harley-Davidson crest and "Harley-Davidson Motor Company" milled into the face, wrapped in 37" BFGoodrich KM3 tires.
You don't have to be a Harley owner to buy the new Harley-Davidson 2020 Ford F-250, but it helps. Harley-Davidson had riders in mind when they designed the truck with Tuscany Motor Co. Tuscany Motor Vice President Jeff Burttschell says that the new truck "fulfills customer requests for additional towing capacity and celebrates their passion for Harley-Davidson motorcycles."
"Working closely with Brad Richards, Vice President of Styling and Design at Harley-Davidson, we created another fantastic truck worthy of the Harley-Davidson name and coincides with the debut of the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy 30th Anniversary motorcycle," Burttschell remarks.
Look for the Harley-Davidson Ford F-250 to make an appearance on a road near you soon.