Renowned automotive influencer Alex Hirschi, aka Supercar Blondie , recently added a new car to her collection – delivered to her in a giant Tiffany box. Captured in the latest video on her popular YouTube channel, the car blogger arrived in a Rolls-Royce Wraith only to be surprised by a massive, car-sized Tiffany gift box waiting for her. It’s at that moment she realised the dream car she’d been anxiously waiting for over the last six months had finally arrived. Untying the white ribbon, she revealed a fully- customised Mercedes G-Wagon before introducing it as the world’s first Tiffany Edition Brabus G-Class. Giddy with excitement, Hirschi explained that she had handed over the G-Wagon to Brabus to work its magic on the iconic SUV and build her a one-off machine. Judging by the badges, the G-Wagon was given the German tuning company’s G800 treatment along with plenty of unique touches commissioned by the influencer. In fact, Hirschi went through all the bespoke elements on her G-Wagon and its performance upgrades one by one. Move over, Kylie and Cardi B: is the long wait for a Hermès Birkin over? The SUV is finished with a striking metallic bronze paint by CarDip, which strikes a great contrast with the subtle Tiffany blue accents. It also rides on special 58cm (23 inch) monoblock wheels that look to be inspired by the ones on Maybach models. The bespoke G-Wagon has even been fitted with a new sports exhaust system, a carbon fibre spare wheel cover in the back, LED auxiliary lights on the roof, and a hood scoop. In the YouTube video, Hirschi popped open the bonnet to give fans a glimpse of the mighty V8 engine, which was nevertheless frustratingly hidden beneath plastic cladding. However, Brabus has upgraded the engine with special components and remapped the ECU to eke out 800 horsepower from the engine. However, the highlight of this particular bespoke G-Wagon has to be its special interior that’s been rendered in Tiffany blue. Everything from the steering wheel to the dashboard is the same hue – and the outcome is spectacular. Who is Irene Zhao, the Singapore model who made millions selling her NFTs? Hirschi isn’t the first to request the famous New York jeweller’s signature shade for her car though. Supercar fans will have spotted a Bugatti Veyron Tiffany edition online and the McLaren Senna owned by American YouTuber Jeffree Star has also been finished in the same shade. Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .