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Dodge's Second 'Last Call' Special-Edition Brings Back the Legendary Charger Super Bee

One of the most famous of all muscle cars will ride once again. Dodge is creating a 2023 special-edition Charger Super Bee.


Dodge is determined to create maximum buzz as it phases out its popular Challengers and Chargers. The second of its ‘Last Call’ special-editions will definitely get fans talking. New for 2023, Dodge is bringing back its popular Charger Super Bee. The 2023 Dodge Charger Super Bee will be the highest performance Charger Super Bee ever produced. It will also be outfitted with true drag radial tires so it will be ready for the street or racing.

“The Dodge Super Bee is more than commemorative of a cool heritage name — it is also a Charger variant of the Challenger 1320 grassroots race package,” said Tim Kuniskis, Dodge brand chief executive officer – Stellantis. “The special-edition 2023 Dodge Charger Super Bee once again offers a Dodge vehicle that is equally at home on the street or on the drag strip.”

Dodge first introduced the Super Bee in 1968. It came out as a Charger model in 1971. Known as a grass roots drag racer, the muscle car reached legendary status in its original four-year run by giving fans a high-performance vehicle that could serve as both a daily driver and a beast at the track.

Dodge Super Bee Logo2023 Dodge Charger Super Bee

  • Limited run of 1000 Super Bee Chargers
  • 500 Charger Scat Pack in B5 Blue
  • 500 Charger Scat Pack Widebody in Plum Crazy
  • 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)
  • Black Mopar hood pin kit
  • SRT hood with functional scoop and dual heat extractors
  • Red four-piston Brembo brake system

The 2023 Dodge Charger Super Bee will come equipped with the Plus Group and Carbon/Suede Package content. Additional performance features include adaptive damping suspension with Drag Mode and SRT black exhaust tips.

Special Dodge ‘Last Call’ Edition Chargers and Challengers

The 2023 Dodge Charger Super Bee is second of seven Dodge special-edition ‘Last Call’ models. The first special-edition model was the 2023 Dodge Challenger Shakedown. It was revealed on Aug. 24.

Six special-edition Dodge Challenger and Charger models will be revealed through Sept. 21, 2022. The next two models to be announced on Sept. 7, 2022. Dodge is planning to reveal the seventh and final special-edition at the 2022 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, scheduled for November 1-4, 2022.

Dodge is creating the special models to commemorate the end of its gasoline powered muscle-cars. The Brampton Assembly plant, in Canada, is scheduled to shut down at the end of the 2023 model production. Stellantis is not yet saying what future product may be assembled there. Dodge has released a concept of what its electric muscle car could look like. The Dodge Charger Daytona SRT was unveiled on August 17, 2022.

Details and specific information on the 2023 Dodge Charger Super Bee will be available at

Because Dodge is expecting high demand for its 2023 vehicles, it will be announcing what models will be available and where all at the same time. The 2023 Dodge Charger and Challenger model-year run will be allocated to dealerships all at once, helping customers to identify and secure their dream cars more easily. Dodge will provide customers a guide for locating their desired Charger or Challenger at, which will include information on all 2023 Charger and Challenger inventory at each Dodge dealership.

Ordering information for the 2023 Dodge Charger and Challenger will be announced fall 2022, but at this point, Dodge isn’t saying when.

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Mary Conway is a professional automotive journalist and has decades of experience specializing in automotive news analysis. She covered the Detroit Three for more than twenty years for the ABC affiliate, in Detroit. Her affection for the Motor City comes naturally. Her father ran a gas station while Mary was growing up, in Wisconsin.

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