The one-off Daniel Simon-penned Hermes edition Bugatti has reappeared in open-top guise.
The Bugatti Veyron Fbg par Hermes emerged in 2008, penned by German automotive futurist and Hollywood consultant Daniel Simon, when he worked as a designer for the French carmaker, alongside Gabriele Pezzini for Hermes. Standout features included new wheels inspired by the 1924 Bugatti Type 35, a new grille, two-tone ebony and toupe paint scheme and a retrimmed interior with leather made from a young bull-calf for added strength. The same treatment has now befallen a Grand Sport Veyron.
Thanks to these photos by Edoloman Photography and video by Drake Mumford, taken at Pebble Beach during Monterey Car Week, we now bring you the Hermes-trimmed Veyron Grand Sport, the first time the car has emerged in the wild.