Harley-Davidson will present a special version of the pickup GMC SierraJanuary 8, 2020
Harley-Davidson, the legendary motorcycle manufacturer, has decided to introduce its version of the full-size GMC Sierra truck. The car will be shown at the end of this month.
Ford and Harley-Davidson have a long history of cooperation, since back in 2000 a special version of the F-150 truck was presented, over which specialists from the famous motorcycle manufacturer worked.
Now there is evidence that Harley-Davidson is teaming up with GMC to create a “fashionable” version of their Sierra pickup. Representatives of the motorcycle company say that compared with the regular version of the full-size Sierra, their engineers have made more than 65 changes, including an LED panel in the front bumper. The front false radiator grille with a Bar & Shield insert as a sign for the American motorcycle brand logo.
Inspired by the iconic Fat Boy motorcycle, the huge truck features 22-inch milled aluminum rims that we already saw on the aforementioned Ford F-150.
A closer inspection of the side profile of the car reveals wing extenders, and Harley-Davidson officials say the Sierra also boasts electric and illuminated footboards.
At the rear of the car is another exhaust system with twin all-aluminum tailpipes housed in an updated rear bumper. In addition, the rear has a special cargo platform lid that combines with the bodywork and is decorated with the Harley-Davidson Bar & Shield badge.
In addition to the “cosmetic” settings, there are some actual hardware updates, as the truck is now equipped with a BDS suspension lift and more powerful Fox shock absorbers, as well as 35-inch all-terrain tires. The interior has also undergone many changes.
The 2020 model year Harley-Davidson Sierra pickup truck will debut later this month at the Barrett-Jackson auction, Arizona, USA.
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