Take two of the most luxurious brands on the planet and unite them for a unique project: this gives the Bugatti Chiron Hermès. As the car manufacturer points out, Ettore Bugatti and Émile-Maurice Hermès had already collaborated in the 1920s and the alliance between the two brands somehow became a tradition in 2008 with a Bugatti Veyron Hermès and this year with this unique copy Bugatti Chiron for Californian real estate tycoon Manny Khoshbin.
Chosen in a very specific white paint (obviously to match the Californian sun as we can see in the video presentation of the racing car), this Chiron delivered in a beautiful orange box is distinguished by the choice of the “Courbettes” motif – also available in the Hermès house collections – which adorns the interior of the car but also the underside of its spoiler. An equestrian design that echoes the 1,500 horses that the Bugatti Chiron Hermès has under the hood. It is a unique copy, which is priceless, but remember that the “normal” Chiron costs three million euros without customization.
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