Ford unveils new 2012 Harley-Davidson edition F-150 truck

Ford has been making the special Harley-Davidson edition F-150 for several model years now and this is one of the cooler trucks in the Ford line for performance minded owners. The new F-150 Harley edition has some interesting design elements that look good and go with the biker theme well. The truck has a snakeskin leather accented interior and unique graphics for the side of the truck it also gets 22-inch wheels for 2012.

The truck comes in Tuxedo Black and a new White Platinum Tri-coat color. Standard equipment inside the truck includes a 4.2-inch productivity screen, power moonroof, voice activated navigation, and a remote start system. The real feature that performance fans want to know is the engine specs. The HD truck gets a 6.2L V8 engine with 411 horsepower and 434 lb-ft of torque.

The truck can also tow up to 7,500 pounds so taking that boat, trailer, or camper on the road isn't an issue. Interestingly the black hue the truck comes in is Tuxedo Black. This is one of the colors that have been hard to get on other vehicles thanks to low production of required pigments in Japan post tsunami. The truck also boasts second row heated seats, a review camera, and power-adjustable performance pedals. Pricing isn't known right now, but it will be a more expensive truck for sure.

[via Ford]