General Motors and Harley-Davidson collaborated to launch a new and special edition version of the 2020 GMC Sierra.
The Harley-Davidson Motor Company and Tuscany Motor Company will announce the first-ever GMC Harley-Davidson branded truck at the Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona in Q1 of 2020. Only 250 of these trucks will be built and sold at select authorized GMC/Tuscany dealers in North America.
As reported by Motor1, the Harley-Davidson GMC tools its inspiration from the iconic Fat Boy, the truck rides on 22-inch milled aluminum wheels we’ve seen already on the aforementioned F-150.
At the back, the exhaust system has been modified and now comes with solid aluminum dual tips housed within a redesigned rear bumper. Also at the rear, there’s a custom tonneau cover color-matched with the body and adorned with the Harley-Davidson Bar & Shield badge. Beyond the cosmetic tweaks, there are some actual hardware upgrades as the truck now features a BDS suspension lift and beefier Fox shocks, along with 35-inch all-terrain tires.
The 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 Harley-Davidson will come with a 3-year/36,000-mile warranty. Satin Steel Metallic, black, or white colors will be offered. The motorcycle-inspired truck will be on display at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, and then at the 2020 Chicago Auto Show in February. It will be available for delivery at authorized GMC dealers starting in February 2020 with pricing set at $94,995.