Nearly 500 hours went into developing the custom interior, with Berluti deploying its leather master craftsmanship on the car’s seats, door panels, dashboard, headliner, and mat trim.
The attention to detail is immaculate. The window switches, seat adjusters, and switch units on the dashboard feature hand stitching and embossing on the house’s signature “cacao”-colored Venezia leather. Even the glove compartment is stamped with “Berluti Paris” and the steering wheel and key fob feature “B” monograms.
The collaboration is a celebration of heritage. Despite boasting a brand-new interior, the old-fashioned look perfectly complements the design of one of the greatest, most classic-looking sports cars in history.
A line of luggage is included with the car, which is available to buy via an online Sotheby’s auction that will run until May 7. The bid price at the time of writing is €160,000 (approximately $178,000).