This very special edition features two-tone paintwork in black and sand. In tribute to the legendary Type 35 Bugatti of 1924, the Veyron sports polished aluminium, eight-spoke wheels, with butterfly wheel-locks bearing the letter H and air vents reminiscent of Hermès saddle stitching. In addition, the lightweight alloy horseshoe radiator grille and ventilation grilles feature a design of interlocking Hs.
Inside, the Hermès touch is everywhere. The door handles echo those of Hermès suitcases and the dashboard is now clad in bull calfskin, rather than brushed aluminium. Two-toned calf bullskin is used to cover the glovebox and replaces the carbonfibre that usually coats the panel between the cockpit and the engine. The boot is also leather-lined, and is fitted with bespoke Hermès luggage. As well as its involvement with the Veyron project, Hermès has also designed the interior for a helicopter – it would possibly be sacrilege to buy one without the other.
Source: Classic Driver