|Dodge Super Bee '70|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo Sport (Update)|
|Max Power||335 BHP|
|Weight||1,533 kilograms (3,380 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||4.58 kg (10.1 lb) per horsepower|
Eighteen colors are available for this car:
- Bright Red
- Dark Burny Orange Metallic
- Plum Crazy
- Dark Green Metallic
- Light Green Metallic
- Light Blue Metallic
- Bright Blue Metallic
- Dark Blue Metallic
- Light Gold Metallic
- Dark Tan Metallic
The Dodge Super Bee is a muscle car released by Chrysler in 1968. Though there were a number of higher priced rival performance vehicles around at the time, the Super Bee became popular as a reasonably priced model which omitted all the frills except its driving performance.
The first Super Bee debuted in 1968. Based on the Dodge Coronet with a mid-sized body, it launched with the 2 door coupé that was lightest in weight, and a 2 door hard top model was added in 1969.
What made the Super Bee special was its powerful engine lineup. It was offered with nothing but high power engines - either with a 335 BHP 6.8L, 389 BHP 7.2L, or a 425 BHP 7.0L Hemi. To match its increased power, the car came with reinforced suspension as standard, and it was offered with options and performance kits that focused on sports driving. And while it was equipped with an expensive high performance engine, optional accessories and provisions for comfort were mostly omitted. This resulted in a stoic, spartan model made solely for driving.
In 1970 the chrome bumper was changed and the car was given a facelift with a two part grille. Then in the following year of 1971 it was replaced with the second generation model which was based on the Charger.
This car can be purchased in the Dodge section of Brand Central for 80,000 Credits.