The ICE age is coming to a close faster than we anticipated and Dodge is going all out with seven special edition models to commemorate the event. These “Last Call” packages will send the Charger and Challenger off with a fond farewell.
All seven of the special models will not be available for order. A buyer will have to monitor the Dodge Garage website to tally inventory and get one before they’re gone. The second “Last Call” Mopar was just announced and it’s a slickered-up Charger Super Bee and a big buzz has swirled around the car ever since. Think of a Challenger Demon with four doors and you get the picture. Although horsepower numbers are a mystery, we’ll bet this car will come equipped with a 6.4L HEMI for motivation.
A limited number of 2023 Dodge Charger Super Bees will populate the hive. The special-edition vehicle will see a production run of only 1,000, with 500 Charger Scat Pack (in B5 Blue) and 500 Charger Scat Pack Widebody (in Plum Crazy) vehicles planned for production.
In addition to Plus Group and Carbon/Suede Package content, the 2023 Dodge Charger Super Bee special-edition model showcases a swarm of unique features, including:
- Super Bee exterior badging on the grille and front fenders
- Super Bee exterior graphics on the functional hood scoop and rear fenders (blue graphics with B5 Blue, white graphics with Plum Crazy)
- 20-by-9.5-inch knurled wheels with 275 drag radials (Scat Pack)
- 18-by-11-inch drag wheels with 315 drag radials (Scat Pack Widebody)
- Adaptive damping suspension with Drag Mode
- Black Mopar hood pin kit
- SRT hood with functional scoop and dual heat extractors
- SRT black exhaust tips
- Red four-piston Brembo brake system
- Super Bee interior instrument panel badge
- Super Bee seat back logos
Dodge Charger Super Bee models, as with all seven of the “Last Call” special-edition models, will be allocated to specific dealerships, with pricing and dealer information shared on DodgeGarage.com when vehicle ordering opens later this fall.