The Bugatti Chiron made its grand debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, but how does it look in different colors?
The French automaker has added a Bugatti Chiron colorizer to its website, showcasing its latest supercar in eight different schemes. We’ve already seen the traditional French Racing Blue in Switzerland, and although the colorizer is limited compared to the endless possibilities Bugatti offers, it does give us a great idea how it looks in red, white and even gold. And of course, buyers can opt for a full carbon fiber finish.
Like the Veyron, the Chiron’s paint combinations can be split into two sections. The door, hood and front fenders are all one shade while the roof, roof fenders, rear end, sills and lower front bumper can be another. Both sections can also expose its carbon fiber body with colors covering the spectrum like red, blue and black.
Based on the color scheme you choose, you can also have either matching or contrasting brake calipers, with further customization offered by highlighting the wheels with matching paint. There’s even polished and chrome options.
Considering the price tag of the Bugatti Chiron, we expect each owner to truly make their vehicle as distinct as possible. Maybe the automaker will go so far as to never allow the same combination to be used twice.
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