When it goes on sale later this year, the newest Harley-Davidson pickup becomes the most powerful ever in an F-150. It receives a version of the SOHC 6.2-liter V-8 found in the Super Duty and the SVT Raptor. Like the Raptor's 6.2, the one in the Harley-Davidson F-150 will put out 411 horsepower and 434 pound-feet of torque and will be backed by a six-speed automatic. The 6.2 has variable cam timing and two spark plugs per cylinder. This F-150 can tow up to 7300 pounds in the Harley-Davidson edition; with other 6.2-liter-equipped F-150s, the 6.2 is capable of towing up to 11,300 pounds. The truck comes with rear- or four-wheel drive.
The Harley edition comes in two colors, Tuxedo Black and Ingot Silver, and the hood and sides feature new orange graphics. Other styling cues include a six-bar billet satin chrome grille, Harley-Davidson satin chrome badging inside and out, and 22-inch forged wheels. The special edition also comes with power running boards standard. Also standard are voice-activated navigation with an 8-inch touch screen, a 4.2-inch LCD "productivity screen" (like the one on the new Super Duty) between the tachometer and speedometer, rearview camera, remote start, power moonroof, and heated seats in the second row. Pricing hasn't been announced.