It's been a long time coming but Callaway is finally showing off the production Chevrolet Corvette AeroWagen.

First announced in 2013, it almost seems like Callaway's shooting brake version of the Corvette Stingray would never become reality. But in April 2016, the company confirmed it was heading to production and now there's proof. Pete Callaway, California general manager of Callaway Cars, took to Facebook to share some images of the Corvette AeroWagen in all its glory.

Truth be told, it's not quite a wagon in the traditional sense, but more like a shooting brake variant. But it definitely is interesting to look at, whether you love it or hate it.

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The car was taken out for a video shoot at Chuckwalla Raceway in California, but no more details have been released. It's still unclear what the final cost for the conversion will be, or how customers can get their hands on one, but the latest word is that it should be less than $15,000, plus the price of a donor car. The new roof on the converted sports car is a single piece of lightweight carbon fiber and uses the factory seal, hinge and latch mechanism from the stock hatch.