The Callaway Corvette SC757 is back, and this time, Motor Week is testing the car in Aerowagon form.
We’ve already seen the Callaway Corvette SC757 whip around Thompson Speedway, courtesy of the Corvette’s integrated performance data recorder; we’ve seen MotorWeek wring it out on “television’s original automotive magazine”; and we’ve seen Matt Farah sample it in Aerowagon form, as well.
So, what did we learn from this latest quick spin in the SC757? Well, the shooting brake design may be controversial, as internet users feud over whether or not it “works,” but one thing that just about everyone seems to agree on is just how terrific the driving dynamics of the Callaway SC757 are.
Granted, at $15,000 (on top of the price of the donor Corvette), you might be better off simply buying a second vehicle if you need the Aerowagon’s extra space. But if you’re one of those who quite like the “breadvan” look, you won’t hear any protest from us.
Click play on the video above to see the latest video of the Callaway Corvette SC757 Aerowagon in action.