Revel in the beauty of this ultra-special Chiron, dipped in Hermès paint, with cashmere fabric and one-of-one badges inside.
- Manny Khoshbin, a collector of exceptionally tasteful cars, just took delivery of this one-of-one Hermès Edition Bugatti Chiron bringing together the celebrated French luxury-goods designer and luxury-car specialist.
- The limited-edition Chiron is dipped in Hermès Craie off white paint and has specially designed cashmere fabric on the door panels, one-of-one badges all around, and a special front horseshoe grille.
Khoshbin started collaborating with the two French brands in 2016.
California-based collector Manny Khoshbin has one of the most exclusive car collections in the United States. When Bugatti announced the Chiron, the 1500-hp replacement to the Veyron, in 2015, Khoshbin knew he wanted something more unique. To explain what “unique” means to this collector, he says he was recently offered the Chiron Super Sport 300+, but that wasn’t exclusive enough. So, because of his passion for both the French luxury fashion brand Hermès and hyper-exclusive Bugattis, Khoshbin collaborated with the two French companies to build a one-of-one Hermès Edition Bugatti Chiron.
The design was conceived in 2016, and the reason it has taken so long to get the car to Khoshbin is because the tasteful collector doesn’t settle for anything ordinary—they tried silver, blue, and even brown before settling with Hermès Craie (chalk white) paint. His hyper-exclusive cars—he also has an Hermès Edition Pagani Huayra—need to match his particular taste. He told us he wanted a Chiron that was elegant and simple, yet luxurious. And that’s what he got.
At first glance, Khoshbin’s posh new Bugatti might look like a sexy cream-colored ordinary Chiron, but it’s not. The horseshoe grille is made up of H’s; the bottom of the rear wing is painted with an Hermès Courbettes horse pattern; and, unlike on other Chirons, the entire rear bumper is painted to match the body color. Subtle.
Inside, specially designed cashmere fabric with the same Hermès horse pattern as the rear wing adorns the door inserts. A one-of-one badge with “Dressed by Hermès” scribed in French script is slapped on the center stack, and numerous other one-of-one badges are found all over the car, including the doorsills.