Want some additional cargo space in your Corvette? Perhaps Callaway's AeroWagen package will get your mojo flowin'.

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Surprisingly, this is a very straightforward modification.

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Essentially, Callaway removes the factory hatch and bolts this one into place, no weird fabrication required.

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The new top is made from a single piece of carbon fiber.

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It comes naked, but it can be painted to match your Corvette if you so choose.

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The hatch functions as normal, using all OEM seals, hinges and latches.

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This package will work with any seventh-generation Corvette Stingray or Z06.

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If you want more power, though, the package also works with Callaway-modified Corvettes.

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Installation doesn't start until the fourth quarter of 2016.

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If you want the AeroWagen package, you'll have to schlep to Connecticut or California to have it installed at one of Callaway's facilities.

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Pricing is not mentioned, but we imagine it won't be cheap at all.

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The AeroWagen getup involves no changes to the running gear or interior.

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No, you can't fit extra seats in the back.

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Callaway didn't measure the extra cargo space, but claims it's "significant."

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Man, this thing is cool.

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