2020 F-250 Harley-Davidson Pickup By Tuscany Looks Mean

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We talked about the custom truck maker known as Tuscany in the past. This is the company that built the 2019 Ford F-150 Tuscany Black Ops Desert Edition pickup. Check out its official 2020 F-250 Harley-Davidson pickup. The truck gets lots of custom touches to make the Harley-Davidson truck that fans of motorcycles and pickups can no longer get from Ford directly from the factory. Tuscany is limiting production to 250 trucks.

One of the key design highlights to the pickup is the custom grille and front bumper. The grill has a bezel and textured injection molded honeycomb mesh that is meant to have a resemblance to the F-150 Harley-Davidson pickup. The front bumper does have Harley-Davidson script designed directly into it and orange accent trim along with an integrated light bar.

The 2020 F-250 Harley-Davidson gets a new aggressive induction style hood that has an insert that looks similar to what Ford puts on the Raptor pickup. The hood is a complete replacement from the factory unit and features ram air cooling. On the side of the pickup is a fender vent that has the Harley-Davidson crest in raised orange and a dark finish. Inside the truck on the center console is a limited-edition number plate that shows which number of the 250 units to be built the truck is.

Covering the bed is a tonneau cover that features a huge Harley-Davidson badge. It is color-matched to the body and locks to protect cargo. The truck rolls on 22-inch “Fatboy” milled wheels that were inspired by the famous Harley-Davidson Fat Boy motorcycle. The orange shield and crest are in the center of the wheels along with Harley-Davidson script in the centers of the wheels. Fitted to the wheels are 37-inch BFGoodrich KM3 tires. The vehicle gets a side-exit exhaust with black tips featuring orange stripes. Tuscany also fits the truck with custom Fox suspension, power deploying lighted running boards, custom interior, and lots more features. The MSRP for the vehicle is $111,185.

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Source: Tuscany

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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