Wait…not a Ford H-D truck? No, you’re not seeing things. There was indeed yet another F-150 getting the orange and black treatment just last February when the 2019 Harley-Davidson Edition Ford F-150 rolled into dealerships. And this year, Tuscany Motor Co. (which also built the Fords) has collaborated with The Motor Company once again, but with a new marque. Have a look at the new 2020 Harley-Davidson GMC—the first GMC vehicle ever.
The styling on this Sierra is “inspired” by the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy, so in that sense it’s similar to the 2019 Ford F-150, which also channeled that model (check out harleytruck.com/ to see them both side by side). The 65 “motorcycle-inspired components” include 22-inch milled aluminum wheels, a custom-tuned exhaust, and a bunch of Harley-Davidson bar-and-shield badges scattered around the exterior. There’s bold H-D lettering under the grille and across the tailgate too, naturally.
Inside is more of the same, with stainless steel gauges bearing the H-D logo, billet foot pedals, and two-tone diamond-stitched leather on much of the lush interior. The proof of limited-edition exclusivity? A numbered Harley-Davidson center console badge.
Other edition-specific components include a BDS suspension lift with upgraded Fox shocks, beefy 35-inch tires, custom fender flares, an induction-style hood, and a tonneau cover stamped with a huge bar-and-shield logo.
Only 250 of these Sierras will be available through select GMC/Tuscany dealers in North America. The 2020 Harley-Davidson GMC will retail at a suggested $94,995 when it hits select GMC dealers beginning February 2020. Visit harleytruck.com/GMC or call (817) 769-4720 for more info. For more on Tuscany, see tuscanyautomotive.com.