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Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee Edition

The Challenger is not the only car Dodge dresses up in yellow with a few traces of black as the carmaker will bring to this year’s edition of the Los Angeles Auto Show the 2012 Charger SRT8 Super Bee Edition. This special model is inspired by the Super Bee series that made its debut back in 1968 as a member of the automaker’s Scat Pack performance group and in 2007 it was revived with the limited edition of the Charger SRT8.

The new car will be available with a choice of two exterior colors: Pitch Black or Stinger Yellow with contrasting Super Bee graphics. The first one will feature charcoal gray graphics on the bonnet and on the decklid, while the second version will feature satin black hood graphics and black decklid stripes, as well as a solid wide center line which will be flanked by solid dual tracer lines.

Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee Edition

Other features that only this special edition will have include a rear decklid spoiler in matte black for the Stinger Yellow model, while the Pitch Black gets a matching body color. Other than that, both cars will feature an SRT badge with a 3D helmeted bee mascot located on the split crosshair grille and it will be finished in Gloss Black.

Inside the cabin, the Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee Edition has bespoke Z-stripe cloth performance seats that have yellow & silver stripping, while the front seat headrests get silver accent stitching plus embroidered Super Bee logos. This logo is also noticeable on the instrument panel’s Electronic Vehicle Information Center when you start the car, as well as on the dash plaque.

Powered by a 470 hp engine, this special edition of the Dodge Charger will go on sale in the United States in Q1 2012.

Source: Dodge via Carscoop

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