‘Unique Products’ Bugatti Chiron Hermes of the ‘real estate tycoon’ world worth

Bugatti Chiron Hermes Edition was completed in 2019, but only now has American billionaire Manny Khoshbin revealed the price of this masterpiece. According to billionaire Khoshbin, Chiron Hermes costs up to 7 million USD, several times more expensive than the “listed” price. 2.6 million USD 

There is only one Bugatti Chiron Hermes Edition built in the whole world, which is a great combination of two luxury brands from France – Bugatti and Hermes.

Khoshbin is famous for his unique hobby and a very different view of perfection, so the collection of the American real estate giant always contains famous names that are unique and far away. The best flowers on the planet, such as the Pagani Huayra Hermes Edition, Koenigsegg Agera RS Phoenix and the Bugatti Chiron Hermes Edition in the article.

It is known that it took Bugatti and Hermes up to 3 years to research and perfect the Chiron Hermes Edition. It is clear that integrating the luxury and class of both big names is not easy. The meticulousness and refinement of every detail are the factors that give the Chiron Hermes Edition its unsurpassed peak.

Super product Bugatti Chiron Hermes Edition possesses “outfit” Ivory white combined with some mysterious black details and the typical H-shaped motifs of the Hermes fashion house. The rear spoiler of the Chiron Hermes Edition is also engraved with the traditional horse logo, a symbol of the Paris luxury fashion industry.

Inside, the car’s interior is upholstered in extremely luxurious white leather with a golden glow. Every needle and thread on the Chiron Hermes Edition is meticulously crafted by Hermes artisans. In particular, the car cabin has a widespread appearance of exclusive logos and badges from Hermes.

“Heart” of this $7 million Bugatti Chiron Hermes is still the 8.0L quad-turbo W16 engine block that produces 1,479 horsepower and maximum torque of 1,600 Nm, helping the hypercar accelerate from 0 – 100 km/h in just 2.5 seconds, before reaching the maximum threshold of 420 km/h.

Photo: Manny Khoshbin