When nissan meets eckō unltd

For the elements that shape both the automotive and fashion industries, it is only natural that every now and then they entice you in many interesting ways. And whether the flavour they cook up appeals to you or not, you will have to just get used to seeing their significant combination flourish. With that, let us have a look at the current roster.


Bugatti Veyron Fbg by Hermès
This sexy beast has got to be the most bang-up cars on the list. With Bugatti already known as the most highly coveted cars out there, the creative collaboration with Hermes brought some Parisian charm to the ride. The colour of the hood composes the predominant colouring of the car’s interior which is adorned by bull calfskin produced by Hermes in Paris.


FIAT 500 by Gucci
Styled in conjunction with Gucci creative director Frida Giannini, this quintessential fashion car is certainly targeted at the catwalk crowd. It gets a black roof, with the Gucci trademark green-red-green trim running down the length of the soft-top. Its leather seats provide the cabin with a very upmarket feel. Oh! It is definitely a city car that is very easy to park and is great fun to drive.


Range Rover Evoque Special Edition by Victoria Beckham
The former Posh Spice takes Range Rover to a new level of class with her design. The Evoque features a hand-finished matt grey paint and a contrasting glossy black roof. The interior, on the other hand, consists of vintage tan leather, suede headlining, mohair mats, a four-piece leather luggage set and a leather wallet with rose gold accents. It also comes with a leather folder signed by Victoria Beckham, herself.


Smart Car by Jeremy Scott
Equipped with a pair of wings that light up like igniting rockets, this Smart Car is now a Badass Smart Car. The wings made of transparent fibreglass and decorated with rocket-shaped elements that light up red serves as the rear and brake lights. This limited edition ride is the pet project of Jeremy Scott, a designer known for his wild and crazy prints.


Nissan Pathfinder by Marc Ecko
Customized by Marc Ecko, the Pathfinder is reflective of the Eckō Unltd. brand. It sports a grey urban camouflage paint job that upon closer inspection reveals details like Ecko’s signature rhinos, which “hide” in the black-and-grey camouflage. It is also equipped with a set of highly-contrasting orange-painted alloy rims. The cargo area of the street-smart swagger is also stuffed with JBL amps and woofers.


Rover 25 “Art Car” by Matthew Williamson
This one made its debut way before Nicki Minaj released her Pink Slip album. Thanks to fashion designer Matthew Williamson known for his whimsical use of colour and pattern, 2002 witnessed a whole new level of the “pink is the new black” phase through this ‘art car’. With its fuscia interior, Persian carpets and metallic pink grill with gold highlights, Bollywood has certainly met the Moulin Rouge.


Mini Cooper Red Mudder by DSquared
This striking-looking Mini Cooper was designed by Twin brothers Dean and Dan Caten of DSquared. Equipped with all-terrain tires, a new front guard, rally headlamps, tinted side windows, mesh grilles and a spare tire attached to the car’s tailgate, the Red Mudder obviously stand out from the crowd. It is also blessed with a rustic look interior that features a compass and floor mats made of aluminium sheeting. Before the twins, many other designers including Calvin Klein have all seen their distinctive designs come to life on the iconic car.


Maserati Quattroporte by Zegna
Ermenegildo Zegna is a world-renowned fashion designer for the wealthy and the Maserati Quattroporte has always been a positive symphony of design. When Maserati teamed up with Zegna, we knew we were in for a chance to gasp at the finer-detail beauty that matches the finest Zegna suit. If you do not care for the exterior, the car was built with impeccably tailored interiors. The high-quality textiles and finishes turn this luxe-car from regular to phenomenal!

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