About a decade ago, Ram had a special truck that was inspired by a muscle car of the late ‘60s, the Super Bee. At the Woodware Dream Cruise, as promised, Ram showed off the next step for the Ram 1500 Rumble Bee in the form of a concept truck with a new HEMI engine.
In a press release Reid Bigland, President and CEO of Ram Truck Brand, said, “The Ram 1500 Rumble Bee continues to have a strong fan base and what better place to celebrate its 10-year anniversary than Woodward Dream Cruise. There’s a lot of energy surrounding concept trucks and buzz models, and the Ram Design Team revels in creating something that is unique for our customers to enjoy.”
The Ram 1500 Rumble Bee is coated in the perfect color, a honey yellow paint with black added into help accentuate the color on places such as the front grille. What’s really cool is on the rear cab is a special decal of a speed-demon bee (complete with helmet) and is connected to the Mopar cover with a honey-comb black stripe. It looks really cool!
The same decal is used on the interior door panel, but that’s not the real highlight. It’s not even the sport-mesh insert on the seats. The coolest part is on the gear select knob. It’s a honey bee cased in resin on a honey-comb background.
So there it is, the mystery Ram 1500 in all it’s glory. Here’s a video from Chrysler with a detailed breakdown of the truck: