Callaway Cars has created countless unique versions of the Chevrolet Corvette, some with superchargers for more power, and others with bespoke bodywork. Now the company has turned its attention to the 2014 Corvette Stingray, and plans to eventually launch this AeroWagon concept.
The AeroWagon is based on the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, but with new carbon-fiber bodywork after of the seats which creates a dramatic shooting break design. With its squat proportions and the way the low roofline angles down toward the flared rear fenders, the AeroWagon concept looks similar to a Ferrari FF in profile.
A Callaway representative told us that the AeroWagon would have an opening rear hatch and more cargo room than a standard 2014 Corvette. All the additional bodywork is made from carbon-fiber and would be constructed at Callaway's carbon-fiber facility in Santa Ana, California. The body was penned by company designer Paul Deutschman.
Although it is officially just a design study for now, Callaway has already received calls from customers interested in buying the AeroWagon. It could go on sale as soon as this fall, and the company projects a cost of no more than $15,000 for the conversion.
Callaway is also working on upgrades including new wheels, suspension, brakes, and engine performance for the C7 Corvette. Those could potentially be installed on a customer's AeroWagon, or on any standard 2014 Corvette Stingray coupe or convertible.
Source: Callaway Cars