The F-150 Harley-Davidson has made a comeback for the new model year. Only this time, it has nothing to do with Ford, as the motorcycle maker partnered up with Tuscany Motor Company to make it.
It’s on display at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show as we speak, and it seems that nothing has changed compared to last summer, when we first saw it. However, that one (pictured below) was a near-production concept, or so they said, whereas this one is the final production version.
The 2019 F-150 Harley-Davidson Edition is offered with a choice of three exterior colors, called Agate Black, White Platinum and Leadfoot Grey. Pricing starts at $97,415, $97,710 and $98,433, respectively, and all of them get a host of standard exterior and interior features that draw a clear line between them and Ford’s stock pickup.
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New grille, light bar integrated into the front bumper, tow hooks, skid plates, electrically operated running boards, fender flares, Raptor-style hood insert, custom bumper covers and some colorful accents are found on the outside. The special edition truck rides on exclusive 22-inch rims, wrapped in 35-inch all-terrain tires.
The deep tinted windows prevent bystanders from looking inside. However, once the doors open, the new F-150 Harley-Davidson reveals its leather seats with orange diamond pattern, stainless steel gauges, racing pedals and special accents on the dashboard, steering wheel and door panels. The numbered plaque, door sill plates and exclusive floor mats are also found in the cabin, along with several Harley logos.
Just like the study that previewed it, the special edition F-150 uses a BDS Suspension lift and Fox shocks.
Harley-Davidson is already accepting orders for the truck and says that it’s available in a limited number, without revealing how many will be built.