Only 500 Bugatti Chirons have been made available to order, making it one of the world's most exclusive vehicles. But for wealthy California-based collector Manny Khoshbin, the fabled automotive marque built a one-off version of its W16-powered hypercar that's decked out with custom design features by French luxury fashion brand Hermès.
Car and Driver reports that plans for the Chiron Hermès were put in motion way back in 2016. Over three years, Khoshbin tested different colors ranging from silver to blue to brown, but none of them stuck. Along the way, he reportedly turned down a $3.9 million Chiron Super Sport 300+—of which only 30 will be made, mind you. Not exclusive enough, apparently.
Khoshbin ultimately agreed on the the eye-catching Hermès Craie (chalk white) coat we see here. The elegant 'Gatti also has a horseshoe grille crafted of miniature H's, a rear wing decked out in the Hermès Courbettes horse pattern, and a rear bumper that matches the body color—the latter feature being completely unique to this Chiron.
The interior boasts a custom cashmere with the wing's horse pattern on the door inserts and beneath the center controls. A one-of-one badge that reads "Dressed by Hermès" appears on the center stack., and more one-of-one labels are scattered throughout.
"This is absolutely bonkers," Khoshbin said in the reveal video above. "Pictures do not do it justice. I'm blown away."
We'll have to take his word for it.