Reeves Callaway knows a thing or two about tuning Corvettes. His company, Callaway, has been boosting Corvette’s since the late 1970’s and is still at it today, their latest project being a supercharged C7 Stingray called the SC610.
Callaway first hinted at the SC610 back in August, when it released a teaser image showing the hood of a supercharged C7 Corvette. The company has now released a rendering along with hoards of information about the soon to be released project.
Callaway’s SC610 package includes an Eaton TVS supercharger system, high-flow intake manifold and a stainless steel exhaust system, bringing power output to 610 horsepower and 556 lb-ft of torque. The result is a 0-60 time of 3.4 seconds and quarter mile time of 11 seconds at 125 mph. Other standard parts include a carbon fiber hood extractor, Callaway exterior badging, Callaway interior floor mats, a Callaway key fob and more.
The SC610 is also offered with a variety of options including a full carbon fiber aero kit, Callaway nine spoke wheels wrapped in Michelin rubber, coil-over suspension with adjustable dampers, an upgraded brake package, a short throw shifter and of course, the AeroWagon package, which Callaway says will be available starting in the spring.
The SC610 comes with a 3 year/36,000 mile limited warranty, which can be upgraded to a 5 year/100,000 mile warranty. Official pricing and availability have yet to be announced.