We know that the name Wally whispered in the ears of yacht enthusiasts everywhere will send goosebumps up and down their arms in response to the sheer pleasure that name conjures up. And as we can respect the Wally name in terms of yachts, we have to wrinkle up our nose in distaste for the supercar modeled after the specific yacht design.

Apparently, Mr. Matthew Hockham, a UK industrial designer, decided that transferring the Wally design concept over to a supercar would be a good idea. He was horribly, horribly wrong. Although on paper, the sharp edges, black glass surfaces, and hi-tech gray tones sound absolutely marvelous; on the supercar, they simply fall flat. Designed to include the concept of a shooting brake model and sidelines inspired from the 118 WallyPower yacht, the look was supposed to say futuristic and classy. Ummm, how about weird and unpractical? The only redeeming factor this supercar may have is that the interior is made of carbon fiber and teak, again following along the lines of the Wally brand. The only problem with that is the supercar sounded good on paper too, so we can’t be too confident that the interior won’t leave us disappointed as well.

Look, we know that some people are going to go nuts over this concept, exclaiming how cool it is. More power to them. If you like it then by all means, please enjoy. All we have to say is that we are glad this will probably not see production ever. We’d be much happier with the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport or the coming Porsche 918 Spyder; just to name a couple of the supercars we’d rather have.


Source: James Spotting

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  (488) posted on 02.3.2012

I don’t agree that it is wrong to create this super car. I like the design, although it’s kind of weird. I think riding in this super car would be the coolest thing.

  (531) posted on 01.25.2012

It doesn’t look like yacht but it looks more futuristic on its design. With that weird design, it can’t compete with other car brands.

  (224) posted on 11.9.2011

If they put this one on the market, I bet it will be going too expensive, for the fact that it really looks like limousine but also this kind of car is truly one of a kind! smiley

  (776) posted on 10.26.2011

I wonder if they had any plan to put this one on the market someday? Anyway, I have to agree with them that it is absolutely looking so luxurious because of its strange platform and other detailing.

  (444) posted on 10.17.2011

It is really so futuristic that’s why I would not expect this to see on the market production. smiley However, the articles were right, that even if they put this one on production, I would still be happy to have Buggatti or Porshe. smiley

  (372) posted on 10.13.2011

Strange!! But, I noticed that it had a futuristic detailing and I must say that I still appreciate this concept car, very unique and classy on its sleek body paint, I wonder if what will be the interior of this one will looks like.

  (427) posted on 09.13.2011

Looks like a Limousine to me, i like it more better than with the Super Car with 6 wheels on it. Very unique and modern.

  (797) posted on 08.9.2011

haha. It seems that its creator has a weird taste! I would not want to see myself driving around this hideous looking vehicle! I rather use the three-wheeled reliant!

  (503) posted on 08.9.2011

I would say that Matthew Hockham just waste his time and effort in making this production! With the edginess and ugliness of the car I don’t think that there would be anyone wants to buy this!

  (474) posted on 07.20.2011

This is a silly idea of Mr. Hockman. He lined it up with super cars yet I don’t see any super about this car. This is a big insult for super car manufacturers. It is like a dead car that must be chopped and threw under water.

  (580) posted on 06.6.2011

Pathetic design! I really don’t know what kind of ’ugly’ words to say but unfortunately this design should be buried and forget that this never exists.

  (714) posted on 06.2.2011

You cannot easily be fooled with its design. Being a supercar doesn’t mean that it should be looked like an aircraft. Unfortunately, this concept received bad remarks from the car experts. If I were Matthey Hockman, I’ll just forget this one.

  (211) posted on 05.13.2011

haha. So ambitious for him to call this thing a super car! I’d rather see myself driving around the truck version of BMW than driving this crap! Heck! I don’t understand why it passed for production!

  (445) posted on 05.13.2011

hmm. This is a total pointless production! And I don’t think that this car will sell. Even if they have made an awesome interior still I bet there are a lot of buyers that doesn’t want to see their self driving around this car.

  (539) posted on 05.6.2011

yeah! It looks kinda weird and huge? Like a mini limousine or a mini version of a jet? And I cant see the edges they claim and the roof, what was that?

  (379) posted on 09.26.2010

I would suggest Hockham to go back in designing yacht..smiley

  (830) posted on 09.24.2010

What is that another crap?

  (745) posted on 08.25.2010

I really don’t get its perspective. Was it a jet or something?

  (512) posted on 08.16.2010

I Agree, this car deserves to get a good bashing. 2 thumbs down.

  (159) posted on 08.16.2010

This one looks more like a hearse than a sports car. But it does have a few good points.

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