In 2000 Ford joined forces with fellow American manufacturer, Harley-Davidson to release the first Harley edition F-150 SuperCab. In the subsequent two decades, the auto world was treated to a slew of new Harley-spec pickup trucks, with the most recent debuting at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show. Unlike previous H-D edition F-150s, the 2019 iteration wasn’t an official Ford model and instead was a licensed collaboration between the MoCo and Indiana’s Tuscany Motor Co. And while Tuscany is back at it again for 2020 with an all-new Harleyfied American pickup, this year the Elkhart outfit is constructing the special edition around a GMC Sierra.
Limited to only 250 units, the collaborative new pickup features more than 65 unique features specific to the H-D edition. Heavily inspired by the Bar and Shield brand’s iconic Fat Boy model, the cruiser bike-themed Sierra sports H-D-branded 22” milled aluminum wheels, a redesigned rear bumper with recesses for a custom-tuned exhaust with billet aluminum tips, custom-tuned BDS lift-kit with up-specced Fox shocks, custom fender flares and functional fender vents, a revised front bumper with an integrated LED light bar, functional ram-air hood, H-D tailgate appliqué and tonneau cover, and a white or black livery with signature H-D orange highlights. Inside the truck gets H-D-branded floor mats, custom H-D door, dash, and steering wheel trim, stainless steel instrumentation, billet pedals, and black perforated leather seats with orange diamond stitching.