You can now buy a Harley-Davidson truck, again!

Harley-Davidson Sierra is the latest four-wheeled product from the company, just a year after they released the Ford F-150 based model

Harley-Davidson Sierra

HARLEY-DAVIDSON and General Motors (GMC) have teamed up for the first time to release the limited-edition Harley-Davidson Sierra.

The new GMC based machine is limited-run model, with just 250 of the machines set to be built each year. The task of creating them has been taken up by off-road truck specialist, Tuscany Moto Co., who fitting over 65 unique components to each one. The changes include which a hard tonneau cover with a Harley-Davidson logo embossed into it and less than subtle H-D branding scattered throughout the interior and exterior of the machine. The whole interior has been reupholstered with orange-stitched black leather and piano black trim. Externally, the H-D Sierra sits on mammoth, 22-inch wheels which are designed to look like those on the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy, which are then wrapped in ludicrously large 35-inch off-road tyres!

The truck sits on specially tuned suspension, courtesy of Tuscany's sister company, Fox suspension The V8-powered pickup also features orange-accented billet aluminium exhaust tips, a Harley-Davidson insert integrated into its tailgate, an LED light strip in the front bumper, a BDS lift kit and fully recalibrated electronics to accommodate the updates.

The new truck is the first time Harley has worked with GMC, although they are no stranger to having a crack at the lucrative truck market in their homeland of the USA. They have released two special edition vehicles in recent years, the first was the Ford F-450 Hog Daddy, released in 2008, with the Ford F-150 based machine we reported on last year launching in February 2019.

As with many vehicles that wear the H-D, the new Sierra is seen as a bit of a premium product. And premium products demand a premium price tag – the new Harley-Davidson Sierra will set US customers back $94,995!