The Chiron we have here comes with what can clearly be described as an Arctic wrap, but there's more to this than meets the eye.
Aside from the psychedelic nature of the wrap, we can talk about the destination of the hypercar - this Veyron was imagined as the next car of alpine skier Jon Olsson.
Those of you following the custom car scene know Jon is a huge go-fast machine fan and, more importantly, likes to have his rides tailored to his needs.
Since the man travels with his gear all the time, many of his machines have been fitted with roof boxes accommodating his skis. Yep, this is the kind of guy that looks at the huge rear wing fitted to the back of a supercar and sees an excellent reinforcement point for a roof box.
Various wraps, most of which followed a theme similar to what we see rendered on this Chiron, a rendering itself, have been a Jon Olsson trademark for years.
While we're no accountants, we can't help but notice the pricing difference between this Bugatti and the skier's vehicles, which ranged from older Lamborghinis and an Audi RS6 that ended up being destroyed in a more than controversial manner, to an Ultima GTR.
Sure, the last of the machines mentioned above may be worth around half a million, but that's far from the rumored price of the Chiron - the Veyron's successor is said to come with a price tag of EUR2 million ($2.19 million at the current exchange rates).