Constructed from carbon bits, Callaway plans to offer this two-door wagon upgrade for less than $15,000 at its dealerships nationwide starting this fall.
The wagon bit on the end not only improves the looks, we think, it also increases interior space.
Under the hood will be the same 6.2-liter Chevrolet small-block V8 production 450 horsepower and 450 pound-feet of torque.
Callaway anticipates the AeroWagon to be capable of breaking the 200 miles-per-hour barrier while also providing the best fuel economy of any car in the “supercar segment.” Though that’s an exciting prospect, we’re a bit skeptical of its branding the Stingray a supercar.
We love hot wagons and we love Corvettes so to have Callaway combine both into one is a dream come true. And, yes, we’d rather have this than the Ferrari FF if you were wondering.
- 2018 Chevrolet Corvette: release dates, prices, specs, and features
- 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 is already proving it’s the real deal
- These performance cars prove you don’t have to spend much for speed
- The next Gran Turismo game is already off to the races, producer says
- Demon-slaying Hennessey Exorcist Camaro hits top speed of 217 mph