Ram Rumble Bee Concept Could Soon be in Showrooms


It's got a Hemi V8 and it's painted yellow. Consider us fully interested.

Although it only debuted last summer at the Woodward Dream Cruise, Ram officials are reportedly strongly considering giving the green light to a production version of the Rumble Bee Concept. The big yellow truck was an immediate hit thanks not only to its exterior color, but also because it sported those massive 24" black wheels, a two-inch suspension drop, dual exhaust tailpipes, unique badging, and a general badass attitude. A 5.7-liter Hemi V8 with 395 horsepower and 407 lb-ft of torque is another awesome detail.

Inspired by the yellow Hemi-powered Super Bee muscle cars of the 1960s, the Rumble Bee Concept just screams cool inside and out. Another awesome feature is a couple of buttons on the dash that make the Mopar exhaust go from loud to louder. However, there are a few hurdles to making any production version nearly the same as the concept. The Drone Yellow paint job is an issue because of its flat finish that's difficult to apply and more expensive. A gloss yellow would likely be substituted. It’s the same issue for the matte finished bumpers, flares, ground effects kit and the bee in the rotary shift knob.

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