Taking three years to complete, the project paints the entire Chiron in an elegant white shade named Hermès Craie, unique to this commissioned one-off. The shade extends from the bodywork to the rear bumper to even the wheels and the interior, which is paired with Hermès leather and cashmere panels. The front grilles have been customized with the Parisian brand’s signature H monogram, while its iconic Courbettes horse motif graces the underside of the rear wing, visible when elevated.
For a more detailed look at the special one-off Bugatti Chiron, check out the Instagram posts below, or see it in person on January 4, 2020, when Khoshbin will display it alongside the other luxury supercars in his collection to the public.
Elsewhere in automotive news, a near-mint 2006 Ducati Paul Smith 1000 LE is currently up for auction.