The 2020 Corvette C8 has only been out a few months at this point, but we can’t quit messing with it. Earlier this week, we posted our rendering of a four-door 2020 Corvette Sedan, moving the engine back up front and adding a pair of doors out back. Now, we’re once again tweaking the new Vette, but this time, we’ve stretched the roof to create a 2020 Corvette Wagon.
Before we dive head-first into our latest digital creation, it bears mentioning that, for now at least, there’s no indication General Motors will actually produce a 2020 Corvette Wagon. Rather, we decided to make this rendering because, well, wagons are awesome, and so is the new Vette, so why not mix ‘em?
With that covered, let’s check this thing out.
From the front, our 2020 Corvette Wagon looks familiar, at least in terms of the front fascia styling. We once again find sharp headlamp housings that pull back into the front fenders, while the lower bumper section is offset by large intakes and a prominent chin spoiler.
However, as soon as we start working our way back behind the A-pillar, things start to change. The 2020 Corvette Wagon’s roofline just keeps going, rather than quickly falling into the trunk like the standard C8 Coupe. Mounted high, we find a slim roof intake section to help feed more cool air to the mid-mounted engine.
And yes, we kept the engine in the middle for this rendering. Never mind the technical engineering hurdles of actually producing a mid-engined wagon/shooting brake—with enough effort, anything is possible. Just use your imagination, folks.
Moving to the rear, the full splendor that is the 2020 Corvette Wagon is on display. From this angle, the inspiration we took from the Corvette C7 Callaway Aerowagon becomes a bit more apparent, with a rectangular rear end and hatch glass that works well with the quartet of square exhaust pipes. Once again, that roofline has us staring.
So what do you think, dear reader? Does our 2020 Corvette Wagon rendering tickle your fancy, or is it just too weird? Let us know in the comments, and don’t forget to subscribe to GM Authority for more mid-engine Corvette news, Corvette C8 news, Corvette news, Chevrolet news, and around-the-clock GM news coverage.