Callaway Cars Planning a Shooting Brake Option for the 2014 Corvette Stingray
If you like the looks of this C7-based Callaway AeroWagon, let the good folks there know as soon as possible, and you might just be able to drive one later this year.
Callaway Cars, based out of Old Lyme, Connecticut, has been making unique and very powerful Corvettes for more than 25 years. Their latest effort is a great one for the company?a shooting brake C7 Corvette.
In case you don’t know what a shooting brake is, it’s just a coupe with the rear end of a wagon.
In the case of the Corvette Stingray, the effect looks pretty nice.
It promises to be pretty powerful, too, as Callaway projects the car to be capable of breaking the 200-mph barrier?with the highest mileage rating in the supercar segment, to boot!
The company is asking potential customers to let them know of their interest in buying an AeroWagon, and based on market reaction, Callaway plans to begin producing the conversions as production C7 Corvettes are released for sale this fall.
The cost of the conversion is expected to be below $15,000, the company says, and will be available through Callaway Dealers nationwide including our friend Mike Furman at Criswell Corvette.
The AeroWagon will have a hatch that can be opened to provide increased interior space and definitely gives the car a unique appearance.
You can find out more about the car at Callaway Cars.
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