The US automaker plans to keep everyone on its toes, hinting its ready to bring next to the significantly updated muscle cars also their Super Bee nameplates.
The Chrysler unit wants to lift its sales this year, and the two muscle car models should provide the necessary power – and to top that Dodge looks ready to bring back the once intimidating Super Bee model with an all-new edition on the Challenger. The models also come right on time, as the brand is prepping for its summer 100 years celebration.
Speaking of the 2015 Charger, Dodge said it “receives a full-body makeover with nearly every single body panel being re-sculpted.” Moving on to the two-door 2015 Dodge Challenger, the company also promises it to be “new from the inside out for 2015.” Further on, Dodge also hints the Challenger would also add “a new powertrain combination that is sure to get enthusiasts ‘abuzz.’”
And that’s a straight on hint to the limited-edition muscle car that delighted fans in the USA between 1968 and 1971. The maker in 2005 made a splash comeback to the name with a very radical concept but next on, between 2007 and 2013 decided to play it safe and release a Super Bee trim for the SRT-8 Challenger.