We were graced with the prospect of a Corvette shooting brake by Callaway years ago when the performance house whetted our palettes nearly four years ago. We’re delighted to report the C7 Corvette is not vaporware. It’s real, it looks stunning and here are photos of it in the flesh.
The Callaway Corvette AeroWagen was recently out filming for a Mothers advertisement at Chuckwalla Valley Raceway and the shooting brake looks identical to what we saw from renderings years ago. That’s a very, very good thing in our eyes.
The elongated roof ditches the factory rear window and rakes to become a sexy, edgy tailgate with “AeroWagen” script present on the side. Callaway will convert a C7 Corvette into an Aerowagon for the price of $14,990. But, if the customer wants the final product to match the factory color, that will be an additional $2,980. The aero spoiler is also an optional $1,995.
The Callaway Corvette AeroWagen is said to be readying for a debut at the National Corvette Museum yearly Bash which takes place between April 27 and April 29. In the meantime, gush over these photos as we are.