The 2010 Ford Harley-Davidson F-150, marks the 14th iteration of such a vehicle, and stays true to the Harley-branded F-150 tradition.
Exterior changes designed to Harleyize the F-150 include a new front fascia, six-bar billet grille, chrome "Harley-Davidson" badging, standard 22-in forged wheels, low-profile tires, Tuxedo Black paint and new "Lava," which Ford describes as a deep maroon with a three-color metal flake. Interior styling retains the signature Harley-Davidson look, seats are designed to resemble the biker jacket, with button snaps and map pockets on the seatbacks with zippers from Harley jackets. A limited-edition serial plate with a handmade badge resides on the console, denoting model number. The F-150's standard 5.4-liter V-8 under hood still produces 320 hp and 390 ft-lbs of torque, augmented only by a sport-tuned exhaust. The engine is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission, and the package can accelerate to a top speed of 115 mph.