In 2013, Callaway Cars developed a C7 Corvette-based shooting brake concept, with Callaway’s long-time design guru, Paul Deutschman of Deutschman Design, Montréal, QC, providing the styling direction. An openable rear hatch provided a unique configuration and increased interior space, positioning the Corvette in the elite class of two door shooting brakes. The AeroWagon body was planned to be manufactured utilizing Callaway Carbon’s proprietary RTM process for structural carbon parts, producing load carrying carbon parts in one swift molding step.
Fitted to the Callaway version of the C7 Corvette, the Callaway AeroWagon had been projected to be a 200+ mph automobile while still returning the highest mileage rating in the supercar segment. The design remains under consideration for manufacturing.