Ford’s F-250 truck gets a special bike-themed version with the arrival of the F-250 Harley-Davidson edition from Tuscany Motor Company — as if people do not love the Ford pickup enough .
Following on its special Harley-Davidson editions for the Ford F-150 and GMC Sierra, Ford has unveiled the F-250 Harley-Davidson, which takes inspiration from the Fat Boy motorcycle.
“Working closely with Brad Richards, Vice President of Styling and Design at Harley-Davidson, we created another fantastic truck worthy of the Harley-Davidson name and coincides with the debut of the Harley-Davison Fat Boy 30th Anniversary motorcycle,” Jeff BUrttschell, Vice President of Tuscany Motor Company, said of the new truck.
The F-250 Harley-Davidson edition features a BDS suspension lift with Fox shocks and rides on 37-inch BG Goodrich tires. It has fender flares covering the wide wheels, while the power running boards allow for easier climbing into the vehicle.
This special edition also gives the well-loved Ford truck orange accents on the grille and fender vents. It gets a revised front fascia that includes an LED light bar, plus a new hood that comes with a vented section at the base of the windshield.
At the rear end, the tonneau cover gets an embossed Harley badge outline while the bed receives full carpeting. It also shows a new rear bumper with a slightly different shape than what is usually found on the F-250. Dual exhaust tips with orange stripes, meanwhile, emerge from underneath the truck.
For the interior, Ford is embellishing the F-250 seats with diamond-stitched center sections and orange accents. Harley-Davidson badges are also placed in the center of the gauges, on top of the center console, as well as on the floor mats and door sills. Completing the upgrade are billet pedals.
Sales of the Ford F-250 Harley Davidson edition is set to begin in April.