The Dodge Ram Rumble Bee has a low-to-the-ground body kit, 24-inch alloy wheels and body stripes, along with driver-controlled bypass valves. The vehicle comes in a bright, drone yellow color, with accents like a back-lit honeycomb on the rotary shift dial and quarter-panel graphics on every door. Honeycomb patterns line the seats and dash, as well as the engine cover. The concept car also comes with a Mopar exhaust system and a 395 horsepower, 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 engine.
The Rumble Bee includes a King suspension, complete with reservoir shocks and a V-10 Dodge Ram STR10, as well as a 4.10 axle ratio. The vehicle's engine is complemented by an eight-speed automatic transmission linked to a cold-air intake. The extra-large wheels have been upgraded with Vellano VRH rims, and the King suspension kit decreases the ride height by over 2 inches.
Another feature of the Rumble Bee is the rumble switch, giving the driver the ability to choose levels of sound from the Mopar exhaust system that range from loud to louder. The body itself is that of the lightest Ram 1500 two-door model, with rear-wheel drive R/T and an upgraded axle ratio. The truck can go from zero to 60 in 6.7 seconds.
This concept car is a re-make of the original Rumble Bee that had a limited run in 2004 and 2005. The new, 2014 version debuted in August of 2013.