Bugatti Veyron Fbg par Hermès

Originally announced at the International Car Show back in March, a relationship originally forged in the 1920s by Ettore Bugatti and Émile Hermès would be re-visited once again as the two would collaborate together on a special make-up of the 1001 horsepower monster, the Bugatti Veyron. While the original model debutant car was seen in brown/tan tones, this second look unveils another colorway with three other schemes also part of the package of custom-made to order cars ringing in at € 1.5 million EUR (approximately $2.2 million USD). Aside from the ability to choose from “indigo blue and vermilion”, “indigo blue and lime green”, ” black and garance red” and “Prussian blue and blue jean”, each Veyron Fbg includes H-pattern grille, eight-spoke wheels, a luxurious calfskin upholstery and an exclusive collection of Hermes luggage.

Source: Autoblog

Date: /Author: Eugene Kan
Category:  Uncategorized, Automotive/Tags:  Veyron, Hermes, Bugatti/Views: 3
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