Check out the one of a kind Hermès Edition Bugatti Chiron. This unique edition took three years to build, and is dipped in Hermès pain, dressed in cashmere fabric and features special interior badging.
Manny Khoshbin, a California based collector of exceptionally beautiful cars, just took delivery of this one of one Hermès Edition Bugatti Chiron. He is an entrepreneur and real estate mogul who loves luxurious hyper-cars. In 2015, Bugatti announced the Chiron, a 1500-horsepower replacement to the Veyron. Khoshbin immediately knew he wanted to create something unique with the brand. The design brought together the French luxury-goods designer (Hermès) and luxury-car specialist (Bugatti). The limited-edition is dipped in Hermès Craie off white paint, features cashmere fabric on the door panels, special badging, and a special front horseshoe grille. The exhaust tips are finished in brushed aluminum, and the rear LED light bar is yellow instead of red. Khoshbin began the collaboration with the two French brands to design this Chiron in 2016.
After the design was born, it took several attempts to find the perfect combination of colors. They tried silver, blue, and even brown before committing to Hermès Craie (chalk white) paint. Khoshbin wanted something luxurious, simple and elegant. To note, he also owns a Hermes Edition Pagani Huayra. Looking at the details of the Hermès Chiron, the horseshoe grille is made up H’s. The bottom of the rear wing is painted with a Hermes Courbettes horse pattern, and exclusive to this Chiron, the entire rear bumper is painted to match the body color.
On the interior, the specially designed cashmere fabric with the same Hermès horse pattern as the rear wing on the door inserts. The special badging says “Dressed by Hermès” scribed in French script and is placed on the center stack. There are several other special badges made for this collaborative Hermes Edition Bugatti Chiron.