Harley-Davidson fans must also like Ford’s F-Series pickups because since 1999 when the two brands came together, ten special-edition F-150 models, as well as six Super Duty F-250 and F-350 models, and in 2009 the first Harley-Davidson F-450 edition truck have been produced.
“This is a great pairing of two icons of the open road: Ford and Harley-Davidson. Both brands appeal to truck owners and motorcycle enthusiasts alike,” said Marc Lapine, Ford F-150 marketing manager. “For 2012 we worked with Harley-Davidson to continue to push the styling envelope while still delivering the durability and power that F-150 is known for and that our collective customers expect. It perfectly captures both brands.”
The 2012 Harley-Davidson F-150 gets a six-bar billet-style bright chrome grille, a standard fully integrated deployable running board adds a lowered appearance and massive 22-inch machined-aluminum wheels separate the truck from the regular F-150 models. The interior gets snakeskin leather interior accents, a standard voice-activated navigation system and a power moonroof.
The Harley-Davidson F-150 packs a 6.2L V8 under the hood with 411 horsepower and 434 lb-ft. of torque.