While it hasn't been confirmed for production yet, Callaway, of Corvette tuning fame, has unveiled this Corvette Stingray AeroWagon concept. Yeah, it's a Corvette shooting brake and it looks like pure sex if you ask us. If demand is high enough it will be made, and for $15,000 over the cost of a new Corvette buyers will also get some sort of forced induction, which will take the top speed up over 200 mph. 

The new body parts will be made with resin-transfer molding, a cost effective way to make carbon panels. 

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[via Callaway]