The Charger model of Dodge is going to be made up in their extremely popular package named Super Bee. This package was first applied on the 1968 Coronet and then in 1971 on the Charger model. With a relatively longish break the package was then applied on the Charger SRT8 Super Bee in 2006, 2007 and 2008. And now, Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne has stated the package will also be applied to the 2011 model year Charger Line though there isn’t any specific details of the package revealed just yet.
It can however be assumed that the new generation Charger Super Bee would be in line with the previous models. So its very much likely for the new package to come with the same exterior color scheme with it being yellow as the dominant color with “Super Bee” graphics on the doors, rear quarters, and rear fascia. The previous models had “Super Bee” emblems on the front fenders, a body-color HEMI decal on the hood bulge, and a special set of wheels.
It is also expected that just 1000 units of the package would be made available, as the case has been with all previous Super Bees.
The car pictured above is the 2007 Dodge Charger SRT-8 Super Bee.