Are they wrong?
Callaway Cars has been in the aftermarket high-performance tuning business for a long time. Point being is that we should have full confidence in its abilities to make already great cars even better. The latest example of its work is this: the 2015 Callaway Corvette Z06. Set to make its official debut this week, April 23-25, at the National Corvette Museum C7 Bash in Bowling Green, Kentucky, Callaway has just released initial details and a few images of what we can expect.
Although exact power and performance figures haven’t been revealed yet, Callaway has provided a list of upgrades, including its own GenThree Supercharger with Triple-Element Intercooler System, a Callaway Supercharged Surround Hood Trim Ring, carbon fiber engine covers, high flow air intake system, embroidered floor mats with the company emblem, anodized aluminum door sill panels, a plaque with the VIN, and a 3 year/36,000 mile warranty. We’ve also been told the GenThree Supercharger displaces 32 percent more than the stock supercharger. And the price tag? $16,995, and that obviously doesn’t include the price of the Z06 itself. More details to come.