The 2020 Harley-Davidson Ford F-250 builds on the F-150 and GMC Sierra 1500 editions.
On Thursday, Harley-Davidson announced a 2020 Ford F-250 built in partnership with Tuscany Motor Company. The truck adds at least 65 new components over the standard F-250, inspired by the 30th anniversary of the Fat Boy motorcycle. Under the arrangement, Tuscany integrates the bespoke pieces into the truck’s design under Harley-Davidson’s direction, and select Ford dealers will open purchasing up to the public in April.
Starting from the ground up, Tuscany ditches the F-250’s standard wheels for a set of 22-inch Harley-Davidson branded milled aluminum wheels. Those wheels are wrapped by 37-inch BFGoodrich KM3 mud-terrain tires, and around back there is a custom BDS suspension lift with Fox shocks. The 2020 Harley-Davidson Ford F-250 also gets power running boards, custom fender flares and functional fender vents. This Super Duty gets a Harley-Davidson designed induction-style hood, as well as custom orange trim, tailgate badging and a color-matched tonneau cover.
Inside, the truck gets stainless steel Harley-Davidson branded gauges to start. Beyond that, it also has billet pedals, two-tone diamond stitched and perforated leather seats, and a limited edition numbered badge on the center console. Harley-Davidson badging extends to the door entry sills and floor mats.
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