A lot has been written about the work Callaway cars get to go fast. This car had 450 horsepower (in 1989) using a combination of fitting the new twin turbos, complex engine headers and airbox in an already cluttered engine bay. Learn about the 1989 Callaway Speedster Corvette here.
Outwards the car was styled by Paul Deutschman who made a very unique carbon fiber body having special air inlets and outlets for intercoolers. As a unique feature, twin power bulges met each headrest, and helped divide up the rear section of the Speedster. As a result of the integrated rear section, the Speedster remained permanently topless, a configuration which was suited for the California weather in which this car debuted.