Navistar International LoneStar Harley-Davidson Special Edition Launched

Navistar rolled out a special edition International LoneStar at the Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, Kentucky that comes with an impressive array of exclusive elements related to the legendary motorcycle brand Harley-Davidson.

First of all, the truck comes with black paint and contrasting silver and orange striping, being especially designed in collaboration with Harley-Davidson. It incorporates original headlights from authentic Harley-Davidson motorcycles as well as leather seats featuring the same Harley-Davidson Bar and Shield appearing on these bikes.

Other exterior highlights include a distinctive grille inspired from the 1939 International D-series with distinctive Harley-Davidson logo-type side graphics, 7-inch chrome stacks, custom-forged 24.5-inch aluminum wheels with Harley-Davidson Bar and Shield center caps.

Interiors have been customized with authentic Harley-Davidson fuel tank badges on front seatbacks and rear couch bolster, Harley-Davidson logos embossed into leather-made door panels, black perforated leather upholstery with color-coordinated black-on-black stitching throughout and dark rosewood cabinetry and instrument panel accents.

“When the opportunity to work together first came about, we were intrigued about designing a long-haul truck that had the sleek forms and unique shapes that are unique to Harley-Davidson motorcycles,” said Ron Hutchinson, senior vice president of Product Development for Harley-Davidson Motor Company. “The collaboration produced a truck that has the innovation of Navistar with the heart and soul of Harley-Davidson. This truck oozes the freedom and spirit of the open road.”

The first International LoneStar Harley-Davidson Special Edition truck will enter production in June, with the limited edition to include only 250 units.
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