Callaway has reportedly green-lighted the AeroWagon for production but at a higher price tag than originally announced.

Callaway has reportedly green-lighted the AeroWagon for production but at a higher price tag than originally announced.

When Callaway released the first photo and preliminary details of its Corvette Stingray shooting brake they said it will cost about 15,000 USD to perform the conversion but now the price has increased considerably to 22,995 USD. For this money you will get a new hatch made from carbon fiber structural elements created using a Resin Transfer Molding process to develop a lightweight yet sturdy rear.

Callaway mentions the AeroWagon will be able to hit a top speed of more than 200 mph (322 km/h) which means some upgrades for the V8 6.2-liter engine are in the works since the standard C7 can't reach that figure. Aside from the higher top speed, Callaway wants the AeroWagon to provide the highest mileage rating in its segment.

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