Perhaps it’s a solution to a problem that nobody knew existed, but Callaway Cars has come up with an aftermarket shooting brake concept for the new 2014 Corvette Stingray, which it says, results "in a unique style and increased interior space".
Callaway calls the third body style after the factory coupe and convertible models, the AeroWagon. The attachment, which extends the C7's roofline and adds a more upright rear window structure and hatch, will be manufactured in Callaway's proprietary RTM process for structural carbon parts.
The Connecticut-based tuner of Corvettes and Camaros, said the AeroWagon will be offered as an option for under $15,000, and when paired to its upcoming "Callaway C7", which we assume will be more powerful than the regular 450hp Stingray, will be able to go over 200mph (322+ km/h).
"Based on market reaction, Callaway plans to produce the conversions coincident with the release of production C7 Corvettes this Fall," said Callaway in statement. "The AeroWagon option is projected to be under $15,000 and available through Callaway Dealers nationwide."
The company is already accepting pre-orders for the car on its official website. Below you will find two official, teaser renderings of the car provided by Callaway.