Now, while the first social media post below showcases the exterior of the 1,500 horsepower monster, the second one shows the owner driving around, which allows us to notice how the said hue has made its way into the W16 contraption.
Speaking of which, this toy has been spotted over in Dubai, with its number plates making everything clear - make no mistake, these are vanity plates: in that part of the world, the most expensive plates are the simplest ones and you have to agree this one is pretty easy to remember.
Much to nobody's surprise, the owner of the Chiron isn't at his first Bug, with more than one Veyron showing up on his Instagram (if you're willing to see how the Insta life of such a person goes, feel free to browse the gear head's account).
Since we're talking about this engineering jewel, one might want to see how parking situations involving the Bugatti Chiron feel.
Well, this stunt, which we discussed last month, is a brilliant example, since it shows the famous horseshoe grille of the Bugatti perfectly fitting around the tow hook of a Mercedes-AMG G63. No, really, it's like the designers of the two cars got together and discussed this before grabbing their pens - what? Real estate is uber-expensive in London, which is why it has come to this.