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By Sue Callaway
November 13, 2014

From the suppleness of fine leather seats to the artistry in book-matched veneers and watchlike gauges, high-end automobiles continue to lend inspiration to the world’s finest luxury-goods purveyors, who have crafted some stunning accessories to make any and every road trip worth the journey.


1. McLaren luggage set

Mclaren Luggage set: Carbon fiber wraps the outside of these lightweight cases, designed to tuck inside McLaren’s P1 hybrid supercar (car optional). Set of three. $5,499 mclaren.com
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Carbon fiber wraps the outside of these lightweight cases, designed to tuck inside McLaren’s P1 hybrid supercar (car optional). Set of three.

$5,499

mclaren.com


2. Maserati driving gloves and scarf

Maserati driving gloves, scarf: Two luxury-brand power­houses, Maserati and Ermenegildo Zegna, teamed up to create a suite of accessories to complement the limited-edition Zegna Quattroporte sedan, including Nappa driving gloves and a signature herringbone cashmere silk scarf. $545, $745 zegna.com
Photo by Manfred Koh for Fortune

Two luxury-brand powerhouses, Maserati and Ermenegildo Zegna, teamed up to create a suite of accessories to complement the limited-edition Zegna Quattroporte sedan, including Nappa driving gloves and a signature herringbone cashmere silk scarf.

$545, $745

zegna.com


3. TODS for Ferrari driving shoes

Tods for ferrari driving shoes: To honor the 60th anniversary of Ferrari’s presence in the U.S., the premier loafer maker crafted these nubuck beauties. Available in three colors. $575 tods.com
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To honor the 60th anniversary of Ferrari’s presence in the U.S., the premier loafer maker crafted these nubuck beauties. Available in three colors.

$575

tods.com


4. Parmigiani Bugatti Vitesse watch

Parmigiani Bugatti Vitesse watch: Bearing the name of the convertible Veyron, the innovative timepiece is crafted out of titanium and Texalium, an aluminum-coated fiberglass also used in the car. $325,000 www.parmigiani.ch
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Bearing the name of the convertible Veyron, the innovative timepiece is crafted out of titanium and Texalium, an aluminum-coated fiberglass also used in the car.

$325,000

www.parmigiani.ch


5. Blackfin with Cipriani sunglasses

Blackfin with cipriani sunglasses: Handmade in Italy from a single piece of pure titanium, with flexible beta titanium temples using tools and techniques born in the F1. $3,900 www.blackfin.eu
Photo by Manfred Koh for Fortune

Handmade in Italy from a single piece of pure titanium, with flexible beta titanium temples using tools and techniques born in the F1.

$3,900

www.blackfin.eu


6. Bentley Barnato handbag

Bentley Barnato handbag: Named for pilot Diana Barnato, daughter of former Bentley chairman Woolf Barnato and the first British woman to break the sound barrier. Crafted in calfskin with a gloriously quilted interior, the bag is as dashing as its namesake. $7,000 bentleyhandbag- collection.com
Photograph by Manfred Koh for Fortune

Named for pilot Diana Barnato, daughter of former Bentley chairman Woolf Barnato and the first British woman to break the sound barrier. Crafted in calfskin with a gloriously quilted interior, the bag is as dashing as its namesake.

$7,000

bentleyhandbagcollection.com

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