Harley-Davidson and GM Build GMC Sierra Special Pickup


The Ford and Harley-Davidson partnership began back in 2000. Then a tuning package for the F-150 SuperCab was released. Last year, the F-150 Harley-Davidson Edition debuted at the Chicago Motor Show. Tuscany Motor from Indiana, which has been producing special versions of GM, Chevrolet and Ford pickups for more than three decades, will be engaged in its production. Now Tuscany has announced a new version based on the GMC Sierra 1500. The premiere will take place later this month at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. The circulation will be limited to 250 cars. They will be sold only by selected authorized GMC / Tuscany dealers in North America.

The GMC Sierra pickup differs from the base model by more than 65 elements that refer to the cult Harley-Davidson Fat Boy motorcycle. These include an LED panel in the front bumper, a radiator grill with the GMC logo, a new hood, 22-inch milled aluminum Harley-Davidson rims and lighted power steps. At the rear there is a modified exhaust system with double aluminum tips integrated into the rear bumper and a decorative trim with the Harley-Davidson inscription. The pickup truck also got a BDS elevated suspension with upgraded Fox shock absorbers and 35-inch off-road tires. The interior of the pickup is trimmed with leather with a contrasting diamond-shaped stitch, on the center console is a nameplate with the serial number of the car in the series.

There are three body colors to choose from: Onyx Black, Summit White and Satin Steel Metallic. The pickup was priced at $ 94,995. The manufacturer provides a three-year warranty or 59 thousand kilometers.