Those looking to justify the purchase of a supercar for "family purposes" will love the Callaway Corvette wagon. Callaway Cars, an engine design company that works on Corvettes is behind this extended Stingray. A few months ago the company showed off a wagon version of the new Corvette, but it wasn't until recently that Callaway confirmed that it will be offering the customization to customers.
Despite being bigger, the Callaway Corvette wagon reportedly won't see a dip in power and is expected to be able to push 200 mph. The custom job is said to cost $22,995, which does not include the $51,995 you need to pay for the car itself. While $75,000 isn't exactly cheap for a car, it is much cheaper than cars that offer the same performance and less space. (Here's looking at you, Ferrari, Lamborghini, etc...)