Wally supercar concept by Matthew Hockham

Posted on Tuesday, 3 August 2010 , 04:08:48 byAlina

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Wally supercar concept by Matthew Hockham

Matthew Hockham, an automotive design graduate from Coventry University, has come up with Wally Supercar Concept, a sports car for the luxury yacht brand Wally. The basic design of the super car is based on Wally's distinctive luxury brand and his purpose was to create a car to match the WHY yacht. WHY is the brainchild of French luxury brand Hermes and Monaco-based yacht maker Wally.

According to the designer, the aim of the Wally concept car is to offer an exclusive luxurious experience by bringing Wally's essence on the land.

"The aim is to bring the essence of Wally onto the land and offer an exclusive user experience," he tells Car Body Design.

Designed to include the concept of a shooting brake model and sidelines inspired from the 118 WallyPower yacht, the look was supposed to be futuristic and classy. Hockham's design uses Wally's trademark futuristic form language with sharp edges, black glass surfaces and hi-tech gray tones, while the side profile was inspired by the lines of the stunning 118 WallyPower yacht.

As for the interior, he used carbon fiber and teak, following along the lines of the Wally brand. To complete the Wally integration, the chassis of the vehicle is designed to match skis designed by the same brand.

Hockham's brief was to take Wally's distinctive design language and apply it to a suitably high-end and high-tech automotive concept.


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