No this is not a late April Fool’s joke, people. Legendary Corvette tuner Callaway Cars is finally taking orders for its Shooting Brake conversion for C7 Corvettes. For the uninitiated, the shooting brake concept started in 19th century Britain as a style of vehicle well-suited for English gentry to store their shotguns for hunting trips. While we aren’t entirely certain that a late model Corvette will ever be used to transport a hunting party, it definitely adds a unique look to the already awesome looking ‘Vette. Officially called the AeroWagen package, the carbon fiber modification will fit existing hinges and can be removed at will if hunting isn’t on your agenda. Available late 2016. Pricing for the unfinished carbon fiber top is $15,000 and expect an additional $1,500 for Callaway to paint the sucker.
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