Callaway AeroWagon Corvette

Callaway AeroWagon Corvette
The first time I saw the renderings of the Callaway AeroWagon Corvette I didn’t really know what to think of a Corvette hatch back, an angular shooting brake based off the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. Callaway said it would produce the customized C7 if demand was sufficient.
Apparently, the Connecticut-based tuner decided that demand for this Canadian designed was, indeed, sufficient. It recently announced that the AeroWagon would enter production, with examples ready for delivery from the California Callaway plant in January 2014.
Many people feel the Corvette Stingray C7 features lines vaguely resembling those of a Ferrari F12; the AeroWagon round out the lineup by offering hatchback versatility the only other super car to offer this is the Ferrari FF. Callaway states that the design of the AeroWagon rear-end, which replaces the stock hatch on the Stingray; this will slightly increase the aerodynamics of the Stingray. The AeroWagon will also be available with some interior options including upgraded carpeting, leather side panels and a teak floor with stainless steel strips.
Callaway Motors is calling the AeroWagon a “shooting brake,” this is an old-school term used to describe two-door wagons. Believe it or not, there’s actually a precedent for this. In the 50’s, when the Corvette was first introduced, multiple design proposals were made, including a two-door wagon version called the Corvette Nomad.