Callaway Cars Corvette Stingray AeroWagon Heading to Production
I'm going to come clean here and just say it: in this office, I'm in the minority on this car. I think it's ridiculous looking. Who in the world would want a Corvette wagon, for crying out loud? It looks great the way it is! I just don't understand some people.With that out of the way, if you do dig the looks of the Callaway Cars 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray-based AeroWagon, and you happen to have an extra $15,000 lying on top of the $70,000 or so you were going to spend on said Corvette, you're in luck. Starting in January of next year, Callaway Cars is going to put the AeroWagon conversion kit into production. Scrounge up another $1,500 if you want it painted the same color as the rest of your car, instead of in bare carbon fiber. Callaway calls the AeroWagon a "shooting brake," an old-school term used to describe two-door wagons like this, and touts its unique looks and increased cargo space as benefits. Whatever, guys. Believe it or not, there's actually a precedent for this. Years ago, when the Corvette was still a new thing for Chevrolet, several design proposals were made, including a two-door wagon version called the Corvette Nomad. Plus, there's a die-hard group of enthusiasts who think that everything should be wagon-ized. As for me, there are no concept renderings of the AeroWagon's styling from the rear, which I think is the best angle on the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette. However, I'm not hopeful.If you're into it, and you really want to
blow spend $15,000 on ruining enhancing your new Corvette, you can contact Callaway Cars at (860) 434-9002 and put in your order.
Source: Callaway Cars
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