The LiveWire is one of the first battery-powered bikes from a major motorcycle maker and a dramatic departure for Harley-Davidson. Does it have the stuff to electrify the brand? Fox News Autos editor thew a leg over one to find out.
It’s the biggest Harley-Davidson ever.
Tuscany Motor Company is adding a Ford F-250 Super Duty to its lineup of Harley Davidson-branded custom trucks.
The outfit already offers a Ford F-150 and GMC Sierra 1500 dressed in the Motor Company’s officially-licensed colors, and the F-250 follows suit with orange trim, Harley logos, custom bodywork, LED accessory lights, unique upholstery and Fatboy motorcycle-inspired 22-inch wheels.
The truck also gets a lifted suspension with Fox Racing shocks and 37-inch mud-terrain tires. The package can be ordered with any of the F-250’s engine options, including the new 7.3-liter “Godzilla” V8.
As you might expect, the price is also pretty monstrous and starts at $111,185. Nevertheless, Tuscany is planning to build 250 trucks.