If you’re looking at getting a 2014 C7 Corvette you may want to consider turning it into a 2014 Callaway Aerowagon ($15,000) with the addition of Callaway’s Corvette Stingray shooting brake package. The package takes a standard C7 Corvette and turns it into a coupe with the tail end of a wagon. The customization gives the Vette a Ferrari feel, plus the added storage doesn’t hurt. Callaway expects the kits to finish development in the fourth quarter of 2014 with the first customizations taking place January 1st of 2015.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest The 2015 BMW i8 ($136,000) was recently put on display at the Frankfurt Auto Show. The plug-in hybrid is BMW’s latest release in the high-performance category. The i8 is built from carbon-fiber reinforced plastic and has an aluminum platform. It has two engines, the gas motor is 3 cylinders and puts out […]