Dodge has announced that it’s bringing back the Super Bee badge for the 2023 Charger, which is set to be discontinued after 2023. The 2023 Charger Super Bee is the second of seven Dodge special-edition “Last Call” models that will bid farewell to the Charger and Challenger.
The Super Bee badge dates back to 1968 when it was based on the Coronet coupe and eventually it was offered on the Challenger in 1971. Since then the badge reappeared in 2007 and 2012.
The 2023 Charger Super Bee is based on the Scat Pack model and adds Super Bee badging and graphics, 18-by-11-inch drag wheels with 315 drag radials on the Widebody model or 20-by-9.5-inch knurled wheels with 275 drag radials on the narrow-body model, and adaptive dampers. It also gets some performance upgrades thanks to a Brembo braking system, a functional scoop and dual heat extractors, and black SRT exhaust tips.
Dodge only plans to build 1000 units of the Charger Super Bee with 500 being the Widebody model, painted in Plum Crazy with white graphics, while the other 500 with the narrow-body will come in B5 Blue with blue graphics. The pricing has not been announced.