Fans of the Harley-Davidson Ford F-150 who have pined for its return need pine no more; there’s an all-new version of the custom, limited-edition pickup truck, and it was just unveiled at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin earlier this week. A concept version of the truck is now on-display at the museum, helping to celebrate the 115-year anniversary of Harley-Davidson.
The truck was designed with the help of Tuscany Motor Co. – a FOX subsidiary that specializes in lifted trucks. It employs stylistic cues borrowed from the iconic Harley-Davidson Fat Boy motorcycle, and boasts some genuine off-roading cred thanks to its custom-tuned BDS Suspension lift with FOX shocks, its LED light bar, and the 35-inch all-terrain tires mounted to its Fat Boy-style 22-inch milled aluminum wheels.
Additional features of the new Harley-Davidson Ford F-150 include a custom-tuned Flowmaster exhaust with H-D billet tips, rear bumper caps with exhaust cutouts, custom fender flares with functional fender vents, custom honeycomb grille, custom ram-air hood, and a front bumper cap with a skid plate. Harley-Davidson badging abounds, adorning the tailgate appliqué, fenders, exterior door trim, tonneau cover, and bed rug, while certain pieces – like the grille – are highlighted in Harley-Davidson orange.
Inside, the cabin has been made over with stainless H-D gauges, billet H-D racing pedals, H-D floor mats, H-D door sills, and a numbered center console plaque. The seats are trimmed in custom two-tone, diamond-stitched perforated leather, and custom color accents grace the doors, dash, and steering wheel.
“Harley-Davidson is one of the most iconic brands in the world,” says Tuscany Motor Co. Vice President Jeff Burttschell. “The new truck was designed to evoke the same sense of power and freedom as the Harley-Davidson motorcycles that inspired it.”
Neither pricing nor a release date have yet been announced for the 2019 Harley-Davidson Ford F-150, but we expect it will become available soon.
So it’s safe to assume with the flowmaster exhaust this has the 5.0L V8 in it. That’s good news, however the old F150 HD had a supercharger on it. so why doesn’t this one have it. Proper setup would be the 5.0L Coyote V8 directly from the Bullitt pushing the factory 480hp with the S/C on top of it so the truck would push about 600hp. The truck should have been lowered as well. Everything else is good but it’s still not good enough
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