Legendary motorcycle manufacturer company Harley-Davidson, decided to present their version of the full size truck GMC Sierra. Car show at the end of this month.
The Ford and Harley-Davidson has a long history of cooperation, as even back in 2000, he was presented a special version of the truck the F-150, over which experts worked famous motorcycle manufacturer.
Now, there is evidence that Harley-Davidson teams up with GMC to create a “trendy” version of their Sierra pickup truck. Representatives of the motor company said that compared to the normal version full-sized Sierra, their engineers made more than 65 changes, including led panel in the front bumper. Front grille false radiator with feature inset “Bar & Shield” as a sign logo American motorcycle.
Inspired by the cult motorcycle Fat Boy, huge truck has 22-inch machined-aluminum wheels, which we’ve seen on the aforementioned F-150 from Ford.
Upon closer inspection the side profile of the car are expanders on the wings, and the representatives of Harley-Davidson say that the Sierra also boasts a lighted and footboards with electric.
In the rear of the car is another exhaust system with dual pipes from solid block of aluminum placed in an updated rear bumper. In addition, the back cover has a special loading platform, combined with the body and decorated with icon Harley-Davidson Bar & Shield.
In addition to cosmetic settings, there are some actual hardware upgrade, as the truck is now equipped with a BDS suspension lift and more powerful Fox shocks and 35-inch all terrain tires. The interior has also undergone many changes.
Pickup Harley-Davidson Sierra 2020 model year will debut at the end of this month at auction Barrett-Jackson auction, Arizona, USA.