Yes, you are both right. That's the new Bavaria 40.
Bavarias had fast boats, like the ones from Match series, or even the 2003 36ft, but on the last years they have been building mosttly fat cruisers and even if they can match in speed the Oceanis, they were outperformed by the Hanse and cruising Dufours.
Seems that they have changed that (the front sail really inside and that long asymetric spinnaker pole means business
"The new Bavaria Cruiser 45 notched up her first major race victory by winning the well-known Ronde om Noord Regatta in Holland (18-19 June 2010). Not only winning her category, the Cruiser 45 also took overall handicap victory against 250 other competing yachts.
This race win points to an inherent performance element in the new Cruiser range delivered through close collaboration with Farr Yacht Design.
The Ronde om Noord race covers 120 miles through the Ijssel Sea, the Wadden Sea and the North Sea and the yachts faced stiff winds and heavy swell. Remarkably, the Cruiser 45 was only handed over to her new owners the day before the regatta leaving little time for race preparation. Skipper Rienk Alberda said:
“Despite the short time frame, everything functioned absolutely fantastically. Even the high waves caused no problems and she really sailed like she was on rails. Bavaria has really hit the mark with the Cruiser 45.”
My Sailing: Bavaria Cruiser 45 wins Ronde om Noord Regatta, Holland.
The boat was sailed not with fancy carbon sails, but with the performance sails that are an option on Bavaria.
Look at the sails and how the boat can go to windward:
The 45 seems an intersting boat to me, and I am not the only one:
My Sailing: Bavaria Cruiser 45 nominated for European Yacht of the Year 2010-2011
And the 40 seems to be at least as interesting as the 45.