Harley-Davidson clearly hasn’t forgotten about the truck as the motorcycle maker has teamed up with the Tuscany Motor Company to create the F-150 Harley-Davidson concept. Based on the 2019 Ford F-150, the truck draws inspiration from the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy motorcycle and has a number of unique styling features.
Looking far more aggressive than the standard truck, the HD concept has been equipped with a BDS Suspension lift, FOX shocks and 22-inch aluminum wheels which are wrapped in 35-inch all-terrain tires. Designers also installed a ram-air hood, extended fender flares and a revised grille with a honeycomb mesh insert.
A closer look reveals a front skid plate, power deployable running boards and a locking tonneau cover which features the Harley-Davidson logo. Other changes include a Harley-Davidson tailgate appliqué and a Flowmaster exhaust system with billet aluminum tips.
Interior changes are less dramatic as the model has diamond quilted leather seats, contrast stitching and a revised instrument cluster. Other highlights include billet pedals, special floor mats and Harley-Davidson branded sill plates.
The model was built to celebrate Harley-Davidson’s 115th anniversary and the truck is currently on display at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
While the Tuscany Motor Company repeatedly refers to the model as a concept, it appears the truck is going into production as company has launched a site which seeks potential customers and Ford dealers willing to sell the model. The production truck largely resembles the concept, but it will use significantly smaller 22-inch all-terrain tires.