Callaway’s 2014 Corvette Shooting Brake Gets Production Green Light

Back in March, car designer and Corvette specialist Callaway previewed a shooting brake version of the 2014 Corvette Stingray, claiming it could go into production if customer demand is satisfactory.
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According to Car Buzz, it seems Callaway’s wagon-tailed Vette attracted enough interest to prompt the Connecticut-based company to commence production of the C21 AeroWagon package, which will include an enhance version of the Stingray’s 6.2-liter V8 engine, larger rear wheels and a top speed in excess of 200 miles per hour (321 km/h).

However, initial pricing of $15,000 has jumped to $22,995, our source adds, which means that a shooting brake 2014 Corvette will have a final sticker of over $70,000. Availability info has yet to be revealed, but Callaway should spill the beans soon enough.

Meanwhile, the guys over at Callaway Cars are also working on a supercharged version of the C7 Corvette that should deliver at least 600 HP, the company announced last month.

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