The Callaway AeroWagon Concept

2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray sport wagon coming from Callaway

While we have talked about a great many possible variants of the new 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, the folks at Callaway are taking modification a step further with their upcoming 2014 Corvette AeroWagon Concept – a vehicle which could become a production reality if there is enough interest from the consumer market.

As you can see in the image above on the right, the Callaway AeroWagon Concept features a unique sport wagon design that has become more commonly known as a “shooting brake”, applied to the great looking 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. The Ferrari FF has displayed very clearly that there is a market for a high performance 2-door shooting brake and based on the success of that four-seater Ferrari – Callaway has introduced their new AeroWagon Concept. The folks at Callaway have long made a name for themselves by offering ultra high performance Corvettes but none of them have ever been quite as extreme as the new C7 AeroWagon.

There are no specifics known about the 2014 Corvette Stingray-turned-Callaway AeroWagon Concept but the company has designed a new rear hatch that the company states will offer unique styling along with increased cargo space. It seems that, unlike the Ferrari FF, the Callaway AeroWagon Corvette will not offer rear seats but the extended roofline should vastly increase the cargo capacities of the new C7. The company set out to design a rear hatch that would open to allow for plenty of access to the enlarged cargo area, calling upon their proprietary Resin Transfer Molding process to construct a large, one piece carbon fiber hatch lid. They appear to have succeeded in reaching that goal…although Corvette loyalists may dispute just how successful Callaway has been as turning the beautiful C7 Corvette Stingray into a wagon is considered beyond blasphemous by some.

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That corvette is sick, I love sport wagons and muscle wagons, and this makes one of my favorite new car, right next to the cts-v wagon. If they make the new 2015 mustang a wagon, that would make my year by how cool that would be, and screw who ever thinks otherwise, besides it a new car, not a priceless old car that would be ruined by modifying it.

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