GMC Sierra pickup shines in a new light in the Harley-Davidson Edition
Back in 2000, Harley-Davidson helped Ford design special versions of its F-150 pickup truck line. Twenty years later, they went separate paths, and the famous bike company switched its attention to the GMC Sierra instead.
The Harley-Davidson GMC Sierra limited series you can see here draws its inspiration from the Fat Boy bike. It boasts a total of 65 stylistic and technical tweaks, the company claims, including a new radiator grille, different exhaust tips, 22-inch wheels clad in 35-inch rubber, wheel arch extensions, and backlit/power-assisted running boards. As should be expected, there are numerous Harley-Davidson badges both outside and inside, and you can order your truck in any of the three available colors (Onyx Black, Summit White, and Satin Steel Metallic).
From the technical point of view, the series boasts revised suspension and taller stance.
Indiana-based tuner shop Tuscany Motor Co. will produce 250 such trucks priced starting from U.S. $94,995.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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