- Competes with: Dodge Ram, Chevy Silverado
- Looks like: The 10th edition of the special edition gets even more special treatment
- Drivetrain: 320-hp, 5.4-liter V-8
- Hits dealerships: Late summer 2009
After a decade-long partnership that has produced 14 light- and heavy-duty F-Series pickups that have sold more than 74,000 units, Ford and Harley-Davidson will introduce their latest two-wheel-inspired creation at the 2009 Chicago auto show: the 2010 Ford Harley-Davidson F-150.
The exterior emphasizes the Harley F-Series styling heritage. The front end features a strong six-bar billet grille (the sixth unique F-150 grille we’ve seen on the current truck, for those of you counting at home) that draws inspiration from the radiator fins of a V-Twin Harley-Davidson motorcycle engine. The front bumper is also unique, with a lowered appearance and integrated fog lamps.
Two outside colors are available: traditional Tuxedo Black or new Lava, a deep, dark cherry red with metallic flakes that pop in sunlight.