Ford, which is said to be the leader in global automotive industry, unites with Harley-Davidson to create a series of pickup that will astound the truck market. 2007 Ford Harley-Davidson(TM) F-150 Super Crew is the latest from the two motoring giants. This limited-edition series is inspired by the Ford F150 pickup parts which are given further attitude to compete with other trucks on the road.
The 2007 Ford Harley-Davidson(TM) F-150 Super Crew is the 9th model from the partnership of Ford and Harley-Davidson. Since their partnership in the year 1999, the two giants have produced 6 F-150 models as well as Super Duty F-350 and F-250.
All-new Ford Harley-Davidson F-150 Super Crew boasts its powerful and beefy 22-inch forged-aluminum wheels with split 5-spoke design to deliver precise driving experience. It also features chrome billet grille, blacked-out headlamps and dark tinted smoked-out tail lamps to accentuate its powerful stance.
Cisco Codina, president of Ford says “This truck builds on the legacy of toughness that’s been the hallmark of the Ford brand. Now, we’re giving customers more of everything they love with the boldest Ford Harley-Davidson F-150 ever – with all-wheel-drive capability, 22-inch polished forged-aluminum wheels and an interior that will take your breath away.”
F-150 Super Crew also comes in an entrancing black glossy Monotone exterior striped with hot-rod scallop. To add an air of elegance and roughness in its interior, designers used vent rings, chrome handles, floor shifter and door pulls. At its rear portion, the Harley-Davidson F-150 badge is placed. Aside from that, ground effects were augmented.
Gordon Platto, Ford F-Series Chief Designer says “We’ve designed a cockpit that’s a tribute to the open road. We’ve introduced high-gloss Piano Black cues along the instrument panel, center stack and console to bring in a feeling of visual motion. Combine that with the rich leather and bright chrome that’s been such an essential part of all our Harley trucks, and you’re surrounded with styling that salutes motorcycle culture.”