A reality made possible by the combination of two countries finest designers, Italy’s automaker Pagani Huayra and French luxury goods manufacturer Hermes, presenting Pagani Huayra Hermes 1 of 1. It’s entirely mind-blowing, after Manny Khoshbin worked on his Bugatti Chiron par Hermes yet another exclusive work with Hermes on his Pagani Huayra is completely nuts. The job was next to none.
Just the fact of walking into a dealership, making purchase of a $2.5 million hypercar, Pagani Huayra, that just doesn’t sit well with you because it’s not exclusive then calling up Hermes to completely deck out the Pagani. As insane as it may sound, Pagani and Hermes worked together as one body for the realization of a new Pagani completely decked in Hermes from interior to exterior finishing costing over $800k with custom made Hermes bags. It would be right to say that Hermes now a automobile designer and the work just turned out incredible. The keys to to Pagani Hermes 1 of 1 is truly one.
Manny Khoshbin, founder of the Khoshbin company, a real estate firm that has a lot of property under its wing has come a long way. Work hard, play hard is busy as usual but Manny just wants the best and has come a long way bringing it all into reality remains no small feat. After seeing Manny’s garage that definitely is one of the top notch garages ever with exclusive supercars and hypercars from McLaren, Mercedes-Benz SLR, lots of Rolls-Royce, 1 of 1 Bugattis, Koenigsegg, Ford GT, Porsche, and lots. Definitely, he’s garage says a lot about the work put in his company over the past 20 years and still dealing.
Pagani Huayra powered by 6.0 L twin turbo-charged Mercedes-AMG engine mated with 7- speed dial clutch transmission that cranks 720 hp and 737 lb-ft of torque blistering from 0-60 mph in 3 seconds. You should see Manny step on the throttle, he doesn’t go easy on the Pagani and the sound the V12 engine produces is on another level. Just maximum thrills in all. With that much money, it’d be expected that you have total control over decision-making, Manny wanted an exposed carbon fibre in gold and interior orange (radical thinking) and Hermes said, if we’re going to put our name on it, we choose the colour as we are originally known for brown. That was it just brown all through and yeah, it played out well.