The second of seven models in Dodge’s “Last Call” V8 lineup has been revealed as the Charger Super Bee.
Dodge’s Hemi V8 powered Charger and Challenger models are coming to the end of their life and the American carmaker has decided to send them off in style with seven “Last Call” special editions before they meet their demise at the end of 2023.
The second vehicle in the lineup brings back the iconic Super Bee name which was first introduced in 1968 on the Coronet and later on a Charger in 1971. In 2007, the nameplate returned on the Charger SRT-8 and again in 2012.
It now makes yet another comeback using the Charger Scat Pack as its base. It’s the highest performing Charger Super Bee model ever produced, and is topped off with drag radial tyres.
Just 1000 of the special edition models will be made, with 500 narrow body B5 Blue and 500 widebody Plum Crazy examples making up the production run.
Other features include Super Bee badging found throughout, exterior graphics, adaptive suspension with a drag mode, a hood pin kit and four piston Brembo brakes.
Earlier in August, the first of the “Last Call” models was revealed as the two-door 2023 Dodge Challenger Shakedown that takes after the brand’s 2016 Dodge Shakedown Challenger concept vehicle.
The following models in the “Last Call” lineup will be revealed between now and September 21 with the next two being revealed on September 7.
Last but not least, the final model will be unveiled at the 2022 SEMA Show in Las Vegas between November 1 and 4, 2022.