A Corvette hatchback… Yay or nay?


Ferrari’s hatchback success – the FF – needs to watch out! Callaway Cars, a reputable custom-coachbuilder, has just finalized a few renderings of a Chevrolet C7 Corvette Stingray in shooting brake form. The objective behind the design was to create a long-roof version of the Corvette with more interior room and a “unique style.”


The use of carbon fiber in the newly-added structure will keep weight down to a minimum, helping the car break Callaway’s top speed target of 320km/h. Love it or hate it, Callaway says they can make the “Corvette Stingray Aerowagon” conversion a reality for just $15,000 dollars (factor in the cost of a brand new Corvette as well). Any thoughts?

[Source: Callaway Cars via Autoblog]

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One Comment on “A Corvette hatchback… Yay or nay?”

  1. Hamoud Says:

    Nay. Was never a big fan of the FF. Definitely not feeling this $15K conversion. All I can imagine are squeaky noises inside the car. Sorry Callaway 😦

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