The Callaway Companies - PowerPoint Presentation

Download presentation
The Callaway Companies
The Callaway Companies

The Callaway Companies - Description


An Overview An Overview of The Callaway Companies Forty Years of Performance Heritage Our Vision What Differentiates Us Four Core Business Units Callaway Cars Callaway Engineering Callaway Carbon ID: 533555 Download Presentation

Tags

callaway solidfill srgbclr val solidfill callaway val srgbclr lim miter 400000 typeface 12700 919191 txbody tcpr 50800 38100 defrpr

Embed / Share - The Callaway Companies


Presentation on theme: "The Callaway Companies"— Presentation transcript


Slide1

The Callaway CompaniesAn OverviewSlide2

An Overview of The Callaway Companies

Forty Years of Performance Heritage

Our Vision

What Differentiates Us

Four Core Business Units

Callaway Cars

Callaway Engineering

Callaway Carbon

Callaway Competition

Callaway Case Studies

Holden HSV GTS

MAZDASPEED Protegé

25th Anniversary Callaway Corvette

The Callaway “C” ProjectsSlide3

Forty Years of Performance Heritage

Company founded in 1976 by Reeves Callaway

Performance partner for many of the world’s best-known brands, including:

General Motors

Holden Special Vehicles

MazdaLand RoverAston MartinAlfa RomeoMalibu BoatsInternational racing success, from 24 Hours of Le Mans to SCCA, to FIA and ADAC GT MastersSlide4

Our Vision

The Callaway Companies produce specialty vehicles, engineering services, and performance products that showcase technological sophistication, artistry, and craftsmanship.Slide5

Forty years of automotive engineering project management, including thirty years as an OEM supplier.Systems-engineering approach and adherence to stringent development techniques.Excellent brand reputation as an accomplished manufacturer of high quality products and vehicles.

Streamlined organizational structure with stable, experienced management team for quick, certain response.

Extensive emissions system experience simplifies product development and facilitates regulatory compliance.

Exceptional in-house fabrication and manufacturing talent supports all prototype and production requirements.

Advanced carbon component manufacturing techniques and leading-edge materials provide unmatched fit and finish.

Several facility locations allow multiple vehicle assembly points.What Differentiates UsSlide6

Four Core Business Units

Callaway Cars

designs, develops, and manufactures high performance specialty vehicles and aftermarket performance products, marketed and distributed under the Callaway brand.

callawaycars.com

callawaycarbon.com

Callaway Carbon

designs, tools and manufactures premium-quality structural and non-structural carbon components for military, medical, aerospace and automotive clients.

Callaway Competition

develops, constructs and campaigns Corvette-based race cars for FIA GT3 and ADAC GT Masters racing series. Designs and fabricates complex composite components for automotive applications.

callaway-competition.de

Callaway Engineering

delivers a full range of contract engineering and manufacturing services, with special focus on development of high performance vehicles, systems and components.

callawaycars.comSlide7

Utilizes team-based development methods to produce limited edition, ultra-high-performance vehicles.

Employs latest design, development and manufacturing processes to create Callaway-branded performance products.

Rich lineage of Callaway automobiles, including:

1987-1991 Callaway Twin Turbo Corvette (GM RPO B2K)

1992-1996 Callaway SuperNatural

®

Corvette

1993-2002 Camaro-based Callaway C8

1998-2004 Callaway C12

2005-2013 Callaway C16 Coupe, Cabrio, Speedster

Callaway CarsSlide8

2017 Callaway vehicle lineup includes:Callaway Corvette SC627, SC757

Callaway Camaro SC630, SC750*

Callaway Silverado/Tahoe/Suburban SC480, SC490, SC560

Callaway Sierra/Yukon/Yukon XL SC480, SC490, SC560

Callaway Escalade/Escalade ESV SC560

Callaway packages include Callaway-designed, patented GenThree™ supercharger with TripleCooled™ three-element intercooler system, badging and authenticity documentation. Extensive array of Callaway performance and appearance options is offered.General Motors factories ship vehicles directly to Callaway facilities using Callaway’s GM assigned Drop Ship codes. Retail customers can take delivery at GM new car dealers or at Callaway factories.

Callaway modified cars, SUVs and pickups are prepared at either Callaway’s California or Connecticut factories, or authorized regional assembly centers (Alberta, CN and Georgia). Corvette racecars are constructed at Callaway Competition - Germany.

All Callaway modified cars, SUVs and pickups are compliant with state and federal emissions regulations.

All Callaway modified cars, SUVs and pickups are covered by Callaway and General Motors 3 year/36,000 mile warranty, with optional 5 year/60,000 mile Callaway powertrain service contract.

*specifications to be finalized with 2017 ZL1 powertrain validation

Callaway CarsSlide9

Provides full range of contract engineering and manufacturing services, with special focus on high-performance vehicles, systems and components.Highly skilled in meeting performance targets without compromising emissions compliance objectives.

Utilizes the latest design software solutions from PTC, such as Pro/ENGINEER

®

Creo.

Callaway EngineeringSlide10

Excels in engineering and manufacturing durable high-output engines and associated powertrain systems.

Offers complete dynamometer testing and extensive validation services.

Able to specify, source and manage complex OEM supply chains.

Performs craftsman-quality assembly of small to medium-sized production runs.

Callaway EngineeringSlide11

Provides build-to-print part production services for carbon composites.Proprietary Callaway Resin Transfer Molding and Vacuum Assisted Resin Transfer Molding Processes:

CRTM System leads the industry in producing structural carbon parts with fully integrated features in one swift molding step

VARTM process produces high quality non-structural carbon with optically superb finishes

For clients managing proprietary production, Callaway Carbon supplies automated machinery, support and know-how through a support contract.

Callaway CarbonSlide12

CRTM (Callaway Resin Transfer Molding Process)Leads industry in producing structural carbon parts with fully integrated features in one swift molding step.

Class A surface finish, all sides

Automated sensor-based process control

SQAR documentation automatically per cycle

Traceable and accurate content and mass control

Precision dimensional controlClosed mold toolingDry carbon preforms with low density cores

Fully integrated hard points

Callaway CarbonSlide13

VARTM (Vacuum Assisted Resin Transfer Molding Process)Produces premium quality, non-structural carbon parts with optically superb features.

Non-structural carbon parts, vacuum infused

Class A surface finish, one side

Optically-correct first layer carbon

High density urethane tooling

Out-of-autoclave materials, oven temperedProcess developed by Callaway Competition GmbH

Callaway CarbonSlide14

Serving defense, medical and aerospace industries, quality assurance is a top priority.Callaway’s Quality Management System complies with ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100C.

Callaway CarbonSlide15

Callaway Competition

Builder of world-class Sports GT racecars, including Corvette C7 GT3-R’s currently competing in ADAC GT Masters series.

Accomplished in global GT racing series, including 24 Hours of Le Mans, SCCA, FIA GT, GT Sprint Italy, Australian GT, Super GT (Japan) and ADAC GT Masters series.

Skilled in advanced composite structure design, fabrication and molding.

Specialists in the development and optimization of vehicle aerodynamics.

Responsible for homologation, manufacturing, sales and marketing of the Corvette C6 Z06.R GT3 and the Corvette C7 GT3-R.

Provides complete racecar preparation and set-up services.

Currently manages multiple Corvette C7 GT3-R race teams; called “one of the most successful racing teams in ADAC GT Masters history”.Slide16

Corvette C7 GT3-RCompetes with premium sports car manufacturers, including Audi R8, Bentley Continental, BMW M6, Lamborghini Huracán, Mercedes Benz SLS AMG and Porsche 911 GT3 - televised across Europe and streamed live to the US.

Callaway Competition has been authorized by Chevrolet as the exclusive constructor of the Corvette C7 GT3 race car for competition worldwide (exc. North America).

2016 ADAC GT Masters Championship Debut Season Standings - third place in Drivers Championship, second place in Team Championship, first place in Trophy Classification and second place in Junior Classification.

Callaway CompetitionSlide17

1994

BPR Global Endurance Series

3 podium finishes, GT2 category victories

1995

24 Hours of Le Mans

Second and Third in GT2 (ninth and eleventh overall)

1996

Rolex 24 at Daytona

Podium finish in GTS-1 with the Agusta Racing Callaway LM

Slide18

2009

ADAC GT Masters Team Championship

1st

ADAC GT Masters Drivers Championship

2nd

UAE GT Championship GTA

1st

2010

FIA GT3 European Championship for Drivers

1st

FIA GT3 European Championship for Teams

2nd

ADAC GT Masters Gentlemen Trophy

1st & 2nd

UAE GT Championship GTA

1st

UAE GT Championship GTB

1st

2011

UAE GT Championship GTA

1st

UAE GT Championship GTB

1st

2012

ADAC GT Masters Team Championship

2nd

ADAC GT Masters Drivers Championship

2nd

24h Barcelona SP8 class (overall 4th Position)

1st

2013

24h Nürburgring SP8 class

1st

ADAC GT Masters Team Championship

2nd

ADAC GT Masters Drivers Championship

1st

Season Results

Callaway CompetitionSlide19

Callaway Competition

2014

ADAC GT Masters Team Championship

2nd

ADAC GT Masters Drivers Championship

3rd

2015

ADAC GT Masters Team Championship

7th

ADAC GT Masters Drivers Championship

7th

ADAC GT Masters Gentlemen Championship

2nd

2016

ADAC GT Masters Team Championship

2nd

ADAC GT Masters Drivers Championship

3rd

ADAC GT Masters Gentlemen Championship

1st

ADAC GT Masters Junior Championship

2nd

STT (Spezial Tourenwagen Trophy) H&R Cup - Drivers Championship

1st

STT (Spezial Tourenwagen Trophy) National - Drivers Championship

1st

Norwegian GT Championship for Drivers

1st

Season ResultsSlide20

The objectives:Design and develop a high-output 285 kW (382 bhp) engine for Holden Special Vehicles’ MY1999 GTS based on the production 220 kW (295 bhp) LS1.

Meet General Motors durability and emissions compliance program requirements.

Deliver first engines twelve weeks from start of project.

Deliver approximately 500 engines per model year for installation at Holden vehicle production facility.

Case Study: Holden HSV GTSSlide21

The results:Engine performance exceeded 285kW target, generating 300kW (402 bhp).

Durability and emissions compliance requirements fully accomplished.

International infrastructure developed to implement required supply path:

base engines from GM-Canada were shipped to Callaway/Connecticut for modification, then forwarded to Holden of Australia for assembly line installation, via GM-Romulus, MI

First engines were delivered in twelve weeks from start of project, with approximately 500 300kW engines per year delivered by Callaway - over three production model years.

Frequent victories in Australian “showroom stock” competition.

Case Study: Holden HSV GTSSlide22

Case Study: MAZDASPEED Protegé

The objectives:

Create a production-ready engine application that lives up to the performance promise of the MAZDASPEED brand.

Deliver substantially increased power while maintaining drivability, reliability and complete emissions compliance.

Work side-by-side with Mazda’s engineering staff in Japan and North America.

Test and validate system.

Develop and execute a port installation and training strategy.

Complete the entire project within 10 months.Slide23

The results:From concept to validation in under 10 months - leading to successful launch of MAZDASPEED brand in North America.Significantly improved acceleration and top speed performance.

Seamless coordination with engineering teams in Japan, California and Michigan.

DOT/EPA/CARB compliant vehicles - as received by Port and delivered to Dealer.

“Industry Leading” utilization of co-extruded polymer single piece suction blow molded air inlet system ducting.

A to Z supplier management and quality assurance.

Provided complete port installation process and personnel training. Immediate service part levels addressed and successful long-term support plan implemented.Post-sale technical and warranty support provided.Full North American media launch support.

Case Study: MAZDASPEED ProtegéSlide24

Case Study: 25th Anniversary Callaway Corvette

The objectives:

Create a special edition of the 2012 Callaway Corvette to commemorate 25th anniversary of first generation Callaway Twin Turbo Corvette, produced with Chevrolet in 1987 (RPO B2K).

Include features to differentiate from standard 2012 Callaway offering, and establish linkage to original Callaway Corvette.

Increased performance, compared to 2012 SC606 model

Unique features: exterior, interior, special model identification

Showcase Callaway capabilities

Test and validate new components.

Coordinate production with GM Bowling Green Assembly.

Complete on time to support GM schedule, and on budget to support dealer pricing target.Slide25

The results:

Callaway developed 620 bhp/555 lb-ft version of the SC606, and designed and manufactured associated components.

Callaway testing and validation with dedicated SC620 pilot car.

1/4 mile acceleration documented: 10.9 sec/127 mph.

General Motors re-assigned 1987-91 Callaway Corvette RPO (B2K) for the limited production 2012 model.

25 cyber gray metallic RPO B2K Corvettes were produced by GM with unique roof color and preparation for Callaway modifications.Callaway showcased powertrain development, carbon design and production, suspension design expertise, and application engineering capabilities.Project was completed on time and on budget.

Case Study: 25th Anniversary Callaway CorvetteSlide26

The Callaway “C” Projects

C12

Callaway C12

C13

Holden Special Vehicles 5.7L/300kW Engine

C14 MAZDASPEED Protegé Turbocharger SystemC15 Callaway Z06.R GT3 RacingC16 Callaway C16 C17 Callaway Corvette, 2005-2013 C18 Callaway Camaro C19 Callaway SportTrucks C20 Callaway Corvette, 2014-Present

C21 Callaway AeroWagen

C22 Callaway C7 GT3R Racing

C1

Turbocharger System Development

C2

Callaway/HH Indy Car Engine

C3

Alfa Romeo Callaway Twin Turbo GTV-6

C4

Callaway Twin Turbo Corvette

C5

Aston Martin Virage V8 / AMR Race Engine

C6

Callaway SuperNatural

®

Corvette

C7

Callaway C7

C8

Callaway C8

C9

Callaway SS

C10

Callaway Limited Edition Malibu Ski Boat

C11

Range Rover 4.6 HSE CallawaySlide27

C1 Turbocharger System Development Callaway honed its engine expertise early on by developing and manufacturing turbocharger systems for BMW, VW, Porsche, Audi and Mercedes-Benz.

The Callaway “C” Projects

C2 Callaway HH Indy Car Engine Prototype

A “clean-sheet” development project, from concept to dyno-testing in 11 months.

C3 Alfa Romeo Callaway Twin Turbo GTV-6

Callaway’s first OEM project. These cars continue to be revered by Alfa enthusiasts worldwide.Slide28

C4 Callaway Twin Turbo CorvetteStill an icon among Corvette enthusiasts world-wide, more than 500 cars were produced as a GM factory option (RPO B2K). The 880 bhp “Sledgehammer”, a derivative, recorded a top speed of 254.76 mph.

The Callaway “C” Projects

C5 Aston Martin Virage V8/AMR Race Engine

Callaway was retained to help re-engineer its 30-year old Virage V8. Following this success, Aston Martin contracted Callaway to develop and supply their AMR race engines.

C6 Callaway SuperNatural

®

Corvette

Callaway developed the naturally-aspirated, 450 bhp SuperNatural

®

based on Chevrolet’s LT1 engine - yielding impressive performance results from a vehicle that was streetable, reliable and emissions compliant.Slide29

C7 Callaway C7This 650 bhp ultra-high performance supercar was purpose-built and debuted in race trim at the 1997 Rolex 24 at Daytona.

The Callaway “C” Projects

C9 Callaway SS

Callaway created a world-class touring sedan, a variant of Chevrolet’s Impala SS, courtesy of suspension, braking, wheel and tire enhancements - and Callaway’s SuperNatural

®

435 bhp engine.

C8 Callaway C8

Introduced at the 1994 Los Angeles Auto Show, this Camaro-based derivative brought Callaway’s brand of sophisticated performance to a broader audience.Slide30

C10 Callaway Limited Edition Corvette Ski BoatMalibu Boats and Callaway partnered to create the world’s fastest production ski boat - courtesy of the Callaway designed and built 6.3L Vortec-based engine, producing over 400 bhp.

The Callaway “C” Projects

C11 Range Rover 4.6 HSE Callaway

A sell-out success distributed through Land Rover’s US dealer network, marketed by the manufacturer as “Callaway-prepared”.

C12 Callaway C12

Callaway’s own super sports car debuted at the Geneva Auto Show in 1998. The C12 continues to generate media accolades today.Slide31

C13 Holden Special Vehicles 5.7L/300kW EngineCallaway designed, validated and modified 1,500 Holden 220 kW (295 bhp) LS1 engines to produce 300 kW (402 bhp) for the HSV GTS model.

The Callaway “C” Projects

C14 MAZDASPEED Protegé Turbocharger System

Callaway’s extensive turbocharger system expertise was utilized to design and manufacture a port-installed package for 5,500 Protegés.

C15 Callaway Corvette Z06.R GT3 Racing

C6 Corvette Z06 racecars were designed, developed, homologated, constructed and campaigned by Callaway Competition, from 2006 to 2014, successfully competing with the world’s best GT3 coupes.Slide32

C16 Callaway C16

A bespoke automobile, built to order, utilizing the new Chevrolet Corvette as a donor vehicle. In Coupe, Cabrio and Speedster configuration.

The Callaway “C” Projects

C18 Callaway Camaro

Supercharged performance with optional body and interior enhancements, brought Callaway Corvette engineering, power and exclusivity to Camaro enthusiast market.

C17 Callaway Corvette C6

In 2005, the Callaway Corvette was reborn. SuperNatural and SuperCharged variants of the C6 Corvette were assembled at California and Connecticut factories.Slide33

C19 Callaway SportTrucksCallaway Silverado, Tahoe and Suburban packages introduced in 2010, with content similar to Callaway Corvette and Camaro packages. GMC and Cadillac-based variants followed in 2014.

The Callaway “C” Projects

C20 Callaway Corvette C7

Based on 2014 Chevrolet Corvette with “third-generation” Callaway-designed, patented GenThree™ supercharger and TripleCooled™ intercooling. 627 bhp Stingray and 757 bhp Z06-based models.

C21 Callaway AeroWagen

Callaway designed and engineered shooting brake package for C7 Corvettes, manufactured in carbon fiber, with openable rear hatch to replace the stock rear hatch. Painted finish is optional.Slide34

The Callaway “C” Projects

C22 Callaway Corvette C7 GT3-R Racing

Callaway C7 GT3-R’s are designed, developed, homologated, constructed and campaigned by Callaway Competition GmbH. Callaway has been authorized by Chevrolet as the exclusive constructor of the Corvette C7 GT3-R race car for competition worldwide (exc. North America).

Callaway teams compete with premium sports car manufacturers, including Audi R8, Bentley Continental, BMW M6, Lamborghini Huracán, Mercedes Benz SLS AMG and Porsche 911 GT3.Slide35

The Callaway CompaniesAn Overview

Temecula California • Leingarten Germany • Old Lyme Connecticut

Shom More....
By: alexa-scheidler
Views: 94
Type: Public

Download Section

Please download the presentation after appearing the download area.


Download Presentation - The PPT/PDF document "The Callaway Companies" is the property of its rightful owner. Permission is granted to download and print the materials on this web site for personal, non-commercial use only, and to display it on your personal computer provided you do not modify the materials and that you retain all copyright notices contained in the materials. By downloading content from our website, you accept the terms of this agreement.

Try DocSlides online tool for compressing your PDF Files Try Now

Related Documents