Another restyled Charger body appeared in 1971. The carryover R/T was joined by the Super Bee rendition, which had been left an orphan in Dodge’s B-body ranks after the model it had been based on since 1967, the Coronet, was cancelled the previous year. Standard for the 1971 Charger Super Bee was the 383 Magnum V-8, now rated at 300 horsepower. Optional Super Bee engines included the 340 small-block, 440 Magnum, 440 Six Pack and 426 Hemi. The latter two big-blocks also were available for the 1971 Charger R/T, which again came standard with the 440 Magnum. Like the R/T, the 440 Six Pack and 426 Hemi V-8s were history after 1971. The specially trimmed Rallye remained the hottest Charger available from 1972 to 1974. Optional Rallye engines included the 340 small-block and the detuned 440 Magnum. Dodge continued marketing the Charger nameplate from 1975 to 1978, this time as a top-shelf version of the luxury-conscious Cordoba.