Dodge has announced the 2023 Charger Super Bee, the second of their seven “Last Call” Challenger and Charger Variants.
The Super Bee name, famous in the MOPAR world, is coming back to honor the Charger’s last production year. Like the previously announced Challenger Shakedown, the Super Bee will only be available in 1,000 units total.
Half of the units produced will be based on the 2023 Charger Scat Pack, painted exclusively in B5 Blue, whereas the remaining 500 units will be configured as Scat Pack Widebodies, painted in Plum Crazy purple. All units will come packed with the Plus Group and Carbon/Suede Package, along with various edition-specific enhancements. The most notable include Super Bee badging on the grille and fenders, as well as exterior graphics on the functional hood scoops and rear fenders. Plum Crazy models receive a white livery; B5 Blue receive blue.
Scat Pack models ride on 20×9.5-inch knurled wheels wrapped in 275 drag radials; the Widebody receives 18×11-inch drag wheels with 315 drag radials. In either case, the Super Bee coasts on adaptive damping suspension, utilizing red four-piston Brembo brakes for stopping power. Matching the black wheels are black SRT exhaust tips and a black MOPAR hood pin kit.
The cabin will see exclusive appointments, primarily on the dash and seats. The instrument panel receives a unique Super Bee badge; the seat backs are also finished with a similar logo. Beyond that, the interior is similar to what you’d find on a similarly-specced model. As with all “Last Call” models, expect to find a commemorative plaque under the hood, featuring the vehicle’s name and silhouette.
The 2023 Dodge Charger Super Bee will be allocated to specific dealerships. Pricing and ordering details will be shared when ordering officially opens this fall.