Looks like Harley-Davidson is exploring its options. Since 2000, the motorcycle company has teamed up with Ford for an appearance package on the F-150 SuperCab. Over the years, that relationship has continued, with the latest offering being the 2019 F-150. But for 2020, Harley-Davidson is pairing up with GMC to dress up the Sierra. The special edition GMC truck will come to market courtesy of Tuscany Motor Company, who have been producing specialty trucks for over three decades.
Based out of Elkhart, Indiana, Tuscany Motors specializes in GMC, Chevy, and Ford trucks. They offer build-to-order and already-built vehicles. With plenty of experience to spare, they’re a good choice, and that is evident in what they’ve come up with for the Harley-Davidson Sierra. Their build consists of more than 65 changes, including an LED light bar in the front bumper. The front grille is also updated with the Harley-Davidson bar and shield logo. Just above the grille, you’ll find a functional ram air hood. From there, Tuscany draws inspiration from the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy, setting the truck on 22-inch milled aluminum wheels. Fender flares were added over the wheels. That extra height necessitated electrically deployable running boards that are also illuminated. Solid aluminum dual tips top off the modified exhaust system. The rear bumper was also redesigned, and a custom tonneau cover with the Harley-Davidson bar and shield badge was added.
It wasn’t just looks that got the Harley-Davidson treatment, though. Some of the hardware was also upgrade, such as the BDS suspension lift with Fox shocks. Inside, you’ll find Harley-Davidson branding all over just about every surface, including the custom leather upholstery.
Only 250 examples will be made in either Onyx Black, Summit White, or Satin Steel Metallic. The Harley-Davidson GMC Truck is priced at $94,995. The only question that remains is when Harley-Davidson broke the news to Ford, did they say, “It’s not you, it’s us”?