Ford revealed today the 2011 Harley-Davidson F-150, which promises to offer plenty of goodies such as a new standard 6.2-liter V8 engine and many technology upgrades. According to Ford, this is the most powerful and capable Harley-Davidson F-150 yet, so let's take a closer look to the vehicle. The new exterior of the truck offers a bold front fascia and six-bar-shaped billet-style satin chrome grille and boasts Harley-Davidson satin chrome badging. Also, the truck has a lowered appearance and shows new graphics on the hood and body side executed in an engine-turned finish and feature dimensional satin chrome Harley-Davidson lettering.
The design is completed by the standard 22-inch Euroflange forged wheels featuring a polished center wheel cap and low-profile performance tires. Inside, we find interior trim panels covered in Tuxedo Black paint while the interior chrome surfaces feature a new satin finish. Under the hood, the brand new 6.2-liter V8 gasoline engine delivers an impressive delivers 411 horsepower and 434 lb.-ft. of torque and provides improved maximum trailer towing capacity of 9,300 pounds. Regarding the technology options, the new 2011 Ford Harley-Davidson F-150 comes as standard with a 4.2-inch LCD (liquid crystal display) which offers menu options, giving the customer important information related to fuel economy and towing performance.
Furthermore, the truck is equipped with a standard voice-activated Navigation System that integrates several functions including voice-recognition destination entry, climate control and SIRIUS Satellite Radio into one easy-to-use system, displaying them on an 8-inch touch screen. For the customer who wants more control of transmission gear selection, SelectShift Automatic transmission functionality is available. Other standard features include power moonroof, rear view camera, second-row heated seats, ambient lightning and remote start system.