Based on the C7 Corvette Stingray this new version will come in a “shooting brake” style, a design that incorporates a hatchback with the traditional coupe. The new design has opened up a lot of space in the C7 making it a more comfortable ride with functional space without losing the sleek look of the Stingray. Calloway’s upgraded body style will be offered at Calloway dealerships nationwide for $15,000 above base price.
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The AeroWagon will be able to reach speeds of 200mph and still maintain the best fuel economy of all cars in the supercar market, keeping its 6.2L Chevrolet small block V8 pushing 450 horsepower and 450 foot-pounds of torque.
Thanks to a promising market reaction, Calloway plans to release the AeroWagon in time with Chevrolets release of the C7 Corvette Stingray this fall. Looking at this new design, it is a world different from the usual coupe and convertible styles but the unique two-door shooting brake styling is intriguing and the idea of adding so much space without losing much of the Corvettes signature look definitely has appeal.
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