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Callaway Chevrolet Corvette Aero Wagon

Callaway Cars dealing with finishing American automotive legends, like the Camaro and Corvette, introduced the concept Shooting Brake version of the new generation Chevrolet Corevette.

Popularity of so called Shooting Brake body shape is clearly on the rise. First, at the Geneva Motor Show 2013 company Bertone unveiled Shooting Brake version of the Aston Martin Rapide, and the American automotive icon, model Corvette is now gone through similar treatment.

Callaway Cars released renderings of the company’s design study for a C7 Corvette-based shooting brake concept
2014 Callaway AeroWagon

This special version Corevette C7 Stingray has a label AeroWagon and can be ordered from the company Callaway. The rear part of the body will be developed from carbon fiber.

Provided that it is for a sufficient number of applicants their clients have to allocate an additional $15,000 for processing models Corvette in the version AeroWagon. Callaway has announced that it will be fine tuned car capable of a top speed over 200 mph, but they did not publish details of the power unit. As a reminder, the standard version of the C7 Stingray Corevette is powered with 6.2-liter V8 engine with direct injection, power of 457 hp and 610 Nm of torque.

If they receive a sufficient number of orders for AeroWagon version, the Callaway Company expects to deliver the first cars to customers at the end of 2013.

2014 Callaway AeroWagon
Callaway Cars released renderings of the company’s design study for a C7 Corvette-based shooting brake concept
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Written by Michoni

Milan Jovicic's passion is cars, men fashion and gadgets. As an editor and blogger for Extravaganzi he writes articles about fast and luxury vehicles, yachts and fashion, especially interested in expensive watches. When not working, he enjoys watching F1 and motorcycle racing.

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