Chevrolet’s 2018 Corvette ZR1 is still hidden from us, but for those who can’t wait that long and have an extra $144,000 then the Callaway AeroWagen may be of some interest.
Andrew P Collins from Jalopnik
was lucky enough to test drive a 2016 Z06 Coupe with an automatic transmission 3LZ and Z07 performance package, featuring a shooting-brake conversion.
A SC757 package was added and the factory engine was tuned to pump out a whopping 757 HP and 777 lb-ft of torque, all thanks to a Callaway GenThree supercharger.
That’s enough to rocket you from 0-60 mph in just 2.8 seconds and tear through a quarter-mile in 10.5 seconds.
What’s more, there’s more usable cargo space than expected and owners can easily fit around four duffle bags, or three sets of golf clubs, or the car’s removable roof and maybe even a lunchbox. Rear visibility may be compromised since you can only see what’s directly behind the car through a small slit, but the AeroWagen has 50 HP on a Hellcat!
The complete model we see will set you back $144,310 and the pricing is broken down like this; the factory 2016 Z06 Coupe costs $108,330, add $17,995 for the SC757 package, another $2,990 for the Callaway Sports Exhaust System and the AeroWagen hatch replacement costs and extra $14,995.