Callaway, for its modified vehicles maker, back with his 2014 Corvette Stingray Shooting Brake. Named AeroWagon, this set of carbon fiber parts will be manufactured through the proprietary process of Callaway, Resin Transfer Molding.
The power of the Corvette will be also revised upwards and could reach more than 200 mph (322 kph). The AeroWagon set would sell less than US $15,000 retailers Callaway everywhere in the United States and will be available in the last quarter of 2013, if demand warrants.
Callaway has long been associated with the Chevrolet Corvette, and the design studio and specialist preparer of American sports today reveals his work on the new Corvette Stingray. Here is the AeroWagon, or if you prefer, the Corvette Stingray Shooting Brake.
Callaway is a company specialized for more than 30 years in the preparation and design of automobiles. The founder has long worked initially on the preparation of turbos on various machines, European or American, being more or less specialized on the Chevrolet Corvette. The first changes were indeed the C4 Corvette, and we also remember the Callaway C16, this unique machine based on a Corvette C6.
But today, Callaway goes to the page and attacks the newcomer Chevrolet, Corvette Stingray, you can also rediscover through our photos from the Geneva Motor Show. But this time, Callaway differently plays since this project is a Shooting Brake. This type of body seems to be fashionable at the moment, and it must be said that the first picture delivered by Callaway seems promising. The preparer account besides the produce: the Corvette Stingray Shooting Brake AeroWagon (that’s the name) will be produced if there is sufficient demand.
Callaway is currently trying to save commands and announces that the vehicle will require an additional price tag of US $ 15,000 from the base Corvette Stingray. Callaway said that the change will be made with the use of carbon fiber parts.
Honestly, this project seems rather ambitious and known the madness of American for special cars, then why not, especially when the lines appear to be really successful. After all, a Corvette for the family, it could not do?