Callaway Corvette Cars - The Full List
The late 1980s was the start of a golden age not just for Callaway Cars, but for Corvette performance in terms of the B2K Twin Turbo package. Not content to rest on its laurels, by 1988 Callaway's twin-turbo setup would be further developed to produce 347 horses and by 1991, Callaway Cars would boost output on its twin-turbo offering to 403 horsepower. This was the final year of the B2K option, as General Motors had created its own ZR-1 Corvette by tagging in corporate partner Lotus Engineering to create a 375hp, 32-valve dual-overhead camshaft version of its V8 engine dubbed the 'LT5.' In 1988, eager to make a bigger name for itself, Callaway created the Sledgehammer, a car that would boast 898hp, feature its own unique aero kit, and feature a new set of suspension upgrades to go with its ferocious drivetrain. Since then, Callaway has created a constant stream of Corvette conversions and upgrades, innovating and driving insane levels of performance with each new generation of cars. Below, we take you through all the Callaway Corvette models in-depth.
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