MBY editor, Hugo Andreae, takes a tour of the absolutely stunning Wally WHY200, which features possibly the finest owner’s cabin we’ve seen.
Since his company’s acquisition by Ferretti in January 2019, Luca Bassani can now dip into the substantial coffers of the Weichai Group.
When Sr Bassani starts writing cheques, the results are usually worth a look. The Wally WHY200, designed by a triumvirate involving Wally, Ferretti and Laurent Giles, luxuriates in a substantial beam, a four-engine power plant and a total wide-body design.
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