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New Ram Rumble Bee?

Rumble Bee

prndlInspired by the Dodge Super Bee (an imitation of Plymouth’s Road Runner, sharing the same mid-sized “B” body), the Dodge Ram Rumble Bee was made during 2004 and 2005 in limited numbers; it had a standard Hemi, 3.92:1 rear end, and “bee stripe” with Scat Pack logos. Primarily an appearance package, the roughly 8,700 Rumble Bees had no added performance over similar Rams.

It appears that the Rumble Bee will return, but with at least one added feature and possibly more extensive graphics than the original. These images were released by Ram Truck today, and the concept itself will appear at 10 am on August 17 at the Woodward Dream Cruise.

The Rumble button is a new touch, and could indicate a sport mode for the transmission, a subsonic engine note augmenter, an active subwoofer or… join the discussion to speculate.



Mopars garner APEAL awards

Three of four Dodge cars (Charger, Challenger, and Dart) were top-rated in their segments in  J.D. Power’s 2014 U.S. Automotive Performance, Execution...

Mopar shaker hoods now at dealers

The new bolt-on Mopar Challenger Shaker Hood Kit is now available at dealers. A bit of vintage design on modern cars, it...

Viper: Fastest car of 2014?

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Forty-three of the country’s fastest track cars descended upon Virginia International Raceway on July 18 for the Tire Rack Ultimate Track Car...

Next ProMaster(?) and new Fiat van

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While the new Ram ProMaster is still getting established in the North American market, a new Ducato, the basis for the ProMaster,...

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