Supercar concept based on Wally superyacht

by Alex

Thanks to Matthew Hockham who is a design graduate of the UK’s Coventry University, we are going to have a new car named the Wally supercar and which promises to be one high end high tech model.

The car draws its inspiration heavily from the Monaco based Wally that is renowned for their advanced yacth design as well as skis that are known for their impressive performance. Hockham himself stated that his unique design has been inspired by “the essence of Wally onto the land and offer an exclusive user experience.” The sharp edges of the design and the black glass surface and also the hi tech gray tones are all indicative of Wally trademark. Even the side profile imitates the 118 Wally Power Yacht and the interior is made up of carbon fiber and teak which is what the Wally also uses extensively for its interior. The chassis carries the Wally skis made of carbon fiber is further proof of the design having the Wally effect.

Source: 4wheelsnews

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