Bugatti and Hermès are no strangers to collaboration. Both brands represent the ultimate luxury and first worked together in the 1920s, before reviving the partnership in 2008 on a co-branded Bugatti Veyron. Now, 11 years later, Bugatti and Hermès have come together to create a bespoke one-off Chiron.

Dubbed the Hermès 1:1, the car took three years to complete and was created for Californian real-estate mogul Manny Khoshbin, who also owns the world’s only Pagani Huayra Hermes.

The latest creation is done up in a custom shade of cream and features a distinct mesh design in the front horseshoe grille and a number of other air intakes.

The French hypercar features the Hermès Courbettes Graphic with a series of rearing horses in wool and cashmere sheet in the interior. Normally offered on Hermès famous fabrics, it is applied in a super sports car for the first time.

Watch the video below to see the interiors up close.

Weekend Staff Writer

Isabelle is an Australian writer based in Berlin.