Attention elite adventurers and, perhaps, loaded Mad Max enthusiasts: Berluti has just developed a beach buggy, offering a sophisticated take to your badass ride amongst the dunes.

Following its luggage capsule collection with British hand-crafted luggage brand Globe-Trotter, Berluti is expanding its adventurous spirit into another exciting collaboration: A beach buggy.

Paying homage to the irreverent and carefree Southern Californian lifestyle in the Sixties, the Berluti buggy design is based off of the original 1964 Meyers Max buggy model by Bruce F. Meyers, which was made for comping sandy shores in search for the perfect surf spot. Crafted based on that original mould, Berluti’s contemporary iteration is made with a polyester shell fitted on a Volkswagen Beetle frame, powered by an air-cooled 1600cc flat-four engine with a twin carburettor that churns out 90 horsepower.

To give it that sophisticated take the luxury French label is known for, everything from the dashboard to the gearshift, steering wheel and the handcrafted twin bucket seats are swathed in Berluti’s iconic Venezia patinated leather. The soft-top, meanwhile, is decked out in creative director Kris Van Assche’s signature print canvas, and the removable luggage carrier is encased in black leather. The brand’s logo can also be found throughout the design, including the one in palladium-finished brass on the hood, and the understated B on the wheel.

Berluti’s Buggy is available through special order, with price available upon request.

Cindie Chan
Style Editor
Fashion blogger turned editor, Cindie has spent over seven years covering all things stylish in the digital world. When she’s not busy poring over the latest covetable releases or attending the most talked-about fashion events in town, you’ll find her enjoying some precious downtime with her newborn son and sweet dog Rosy.