The special edition of the Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson has been unwrapped. Recognizable by its six-bar grille, tinted headlights, exterior graphics and 22-inch aluminum wheels, the model comes in tuxedo black or white platinum tri-coat colours.
Ford has unveiled the new 2011 Harley-Davidson F-150 which combines the smooth handling and durability of America’s best-selling trucks with the authentic styling of Harley-Davidson. It comes with a standard V8 6.2-liter gasoline engine, which debuted earlier this year on the F-150 SVT Raptor. The new engine delivers 411 bhp (306 kW) and 434 lb-ft (588 Nm) of torque, making it the most powerful and capable Ford Harley-Davidson F-150 ever offered. It provides a maximum trailer towing capacity of 9,300 pounds.
Take the Harley-Davidson design DNA, blow it up into monstrous proportions, put it on a flash black metal truck with plenty of wheels and then rev it up further with a feel that exudes freedom. There you have it, the International LoneStar Harley-Davidson Special Edition. The mother of all trucks! Featuring a trademark Harley-inspired headlights, a unique grille, 24.5-inch wheels, a stylish black and orange paint job, plenty of chrome, a classic and simple front bumper and a super-deep custom sunshade, it sure captures the long and famous tradition of the original superbike makers. The LoneStar is all about machismo and long trails on road… Truly manly!
With financial markets going (only) down and customers considering smaller cars that consume less, it’s surprising to see that Ford is introducing their 14th Harley Davidson F-series pickup. With a stylish unique exterior that includes a new grille with slim horizontal chrome bars and 22-inch wheels outfitted with low-profile performance tires, the 2010 Ford F150 Harley Davidson Edition features a unique exterior that charms you on a first glympse. Painted in a Tuxedo Black and a new deep maroon called Lava, there’s an elegant Harley Davidson interior with red and black leather seating that makes for an exclusive experience. And there’s a monster under the hood; a 5.4-liter V8 engine that produces 320 hp and 390 lb-ft of torque. Expected to rock at the 2009 Chicago Auto Show, the truck has a starting price of $40,000.
We never lost passion for bikes, but for some reason our favorite two wheelers stopped from making it front page on CarBlog. That’s about to change, and the first model to revamp our series, is the new Iron 883 from Harley Davidson. Based on the entry-level Sportster platform, it’s part of the Dark Custom lineup dedicated to the young. All wrapped in a black matte finish, with a fuel-injected 883cc V-twin engine perfect for those city rides, the 2009 Iron 883 is the stylish ride you’ve been looking for. Available for an affordable $7,899, we can already feel the adrenaline rushing and hear the classic sound of a Harley. Don’t you?
There’s nothing official yet, but rumors say that Harley-Davidson quietly launched the XR1200 bike in the US. First intended for the European market, the guys at HD never ruled out the option of selling it in the United States, too, but only if the demand proved to be strong. And that’s exactly what happened. At least one dealership in Westminster California is taking preorders and what you should know is that you only have till December 15 if you want to be on the list. The rumored prices for the orange XR1200 in the US is going to be $11,179. – via AutoBlog