Callaway Corvette Stingray Aerowagon Concept to see production
When the idea was first floated back in March, the proposed conversion price was $15,000, but according to this article, if you want a cargo-friendlier Corvette, it will cost you $22,995 on top of the price you pay for the car itself. As for the "aero" part of the AeroWagon, Callaway has previously stated that it hopes to give its mechanically modified version of the C7 the best fuel economy in the supercar segment while allowing the car to still hit speeds of more than 200 miles per hour.
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