The Chevrolet Corvette Stingray has yet to reach dealerships but customizers are already envisioning the possibilities.
Callaway Cars has been customizing Corvettes since 1987, adding turbochargers and other go-fast modifications to America’s great sports car. Now, the company is gauging interest on a new creation based on the C7 Stingray.
Essentially a “shooting-brake” style vehicle, the Callaway Corvette Stingray AeroWagon will actually be produced if demand is sufficient from Callaway. For the heavy body modifications, the company is charging a $15,000 premium over the price of the vehicle, and if produced, will be available around the same time the Stingray hits dealerships.
According to Callaway, the AeroWagon will have a top speed of 200 mph, which possibly means the company will be adding forced induction to the Stingray as well. The body will be transformed through the use of resin-transfer molding, which produces carbon in one step.
A domestic Ferrari FF-style Stingray? Count us in.
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