GMC pickups have a “biker” performance of Harley-Davidson

GMC pickups have a “biker” performance of Harley-Davidson

January 12, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

Luxury pickups GMC Sierra Harley-Davidson will be released in a circulation of 250 copies

Harley-Davidson, an American iconic motorcycle manufacturer, has announced the release of a limited edition of the custom heavy GMC Sierra pickups. The trucks were distinguished by a special exterior design, an elevated suspension, interior decor and an expanded list of options.

Externally, the GMC Sierra pickups of the Harley-Davidson series differ from ordinary trucks in increased clearance, new Fox shock absorbers, a modified exhaust system, an additional LED section in the front bumper, a hood with an air intake and a redrawed rear bumper. In addition, pickups are decorated with 35-inch wheels with off-road tires and two-tone 22-inch motorcycle-style aluminum wheels.

Previously, Harley-Davidson only released limited-edition pickups in collaboration with Ford. A representative of General Motors told the American media that a special edition of the pickups will be released without the concern, and a special series of Sierra trucks is the result of an informal collaboration between Harley-Davidson and the Tuscany Motor Co. tuning studio.

A close look will note the orange grille trim, contrasting towing eyelets in the front and Harley-Davidson logos on the body. Accents in the cabin are similar: orange stitching of leather seats, Harley-Davidson emblems on armchairs and a box-armrest, special door sills, special rugs and an original dashboard skin. In total, compared to the standard pickup truck, 65 additions were made to the motorcycle version.

No changes were announced in the technical stuffing of the GMC Sierra Harley-Davidson: the special version is based on the top-end Denali version with a double cab, a 6.2-liter 426-horsepower (624 Nm of torque) V8 under the hood and a 10-speed automatic transmission.

The starting price of Sierra Harley-Davidson – 95 thousand dollars – is about 20 thousand dollars more than the cost of a regular Sierra pickup with a maximum list of options. Despite the rise in price, most of the circulation of 250 cars has already been reserved. The first cars will arrive to customers in a month.