A Corvette shooting brake? Sure, why the hell not.
Love it or hate it, the Callaway Corvette Aerowagon is unique. We’ve long known about Callaway’s Aerowagon project, which was first announced not long after the C7's debut. A few years have since passed, and Callaway has not only been selling Corvette Aerowagons, but it’s now given the Corvette Z06 the shooting brake treatment. As we said, there will be a few haters. Company founder Reeves Callaway and his son, Peter, recently stopped by Jay Leno’s Garage for the usual presentation and test drive.
Callaway has also been long known for its performance upgrades, dating all the way back to the late 1970s. Alfa Romeos, BMWs, VWs, and, of course, Corvettes, have all been subject to Callaway’s enhancements.
But it’s the latest Corvette Aerowagon that has our full attention: start with said Z06 and its supercharged LT4 6.2-liter V8 with 650 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque, and crank things up several notches for total output of 757 hp and 777 lb-ft of twist. For those who have no interest in the Corvette Z06 Aerowagon, Callaway still offers the same performance and power upgrades without the body conversion. But we’d still take the Aerowagon. Just because.