Earlier this year Callaway Cars announced the shooting brake concept of the 2014 Corvette Stingray and said if there was enough demand for the concept then it would be built. Last month at Corvettes at Carlisle, Reeves Callaway told a group of Callaway owners that the shooting brake will indeed see production.
The 2014 Corvette Stingray has only been out for a number of months now. While its been shown exclusively by Chevrolet at select events, that hasn’t stopped tuners from letting their imaginations run wild with future plans to mod the seventh gen sports car.
South Florida based tuner Redline Motorsports has recently announced their plans to upgrade the new Corvette Stingray’s body and LT1 power plant with a package of enhancements they are calling the Adrenaline Rush C7 package.