Bugatti and Hermès have established a long-standing tradition. Ettore and Émile-Maurice Hermès had already collaborated in the 1920s and then revived this tradition in 2008 for the Veyron. Now, eleven years later two luxury brands have joined forces once again for a one-off Bugatti Chiron Hermès 1:1. After three years in development, the hypercar was delivered to its owner, Californian real-estate tycoon and the president and CEO of the Khoshbin Company, Manny Khoshbin.
Manny Khoshbin’s Chiron Hermès 1:1 is painted in unique white shade Hermès Craie. The shade extends from the bodywork to the rear bumper to even the wheels and the interior, which features the Hermès Courbettes Graphic with a series of rearing horses in wool and cashmere sheet. Originally offered on Hermès famous foulards and home fabrics, for the first time it is applied in a super sports car.
The front grilles have been customized with the Parisian brand’s signature H monogram, while its iconic Courbettes horse motif graces the underside of the rear wing, visible when elevated.
The Chiron is the fastest, most powerful, and exclusive production super sports car in Bugatti’s history. Its sophisticated design, innovative technology, and iconic, performance-oriented form make it a unique masterpiece of art, form, and technique, that pushes boundaries beyond imagination.