What's better than the 2014 Corvette? A 2014 Corvette shooting brake, that's for sure. And next year, it can really happen.
Callaway teased its AeroWagon version of the C7 way back in March, but they made it official Tuesday with the order form and the pricing. The conversion to shooting brake form will cost $15,000 in addition to the price of the new Corvette. But that's only if you're OK with the "natural carbon fiber finish" of the hatch addition. Getting it painted in the color of your 'Vette will cost an extra $1,500.
In any case, operators are standing by waiting for your orders and Callaway says cars will go into production in January. And either way, it's still going to be much less expensive and better looking than a Ferrari FF. Which sounds like a win-win.