To start with, you should know we're looking at a factory spec here, so no part of the 1,500 horsepower monster's attire is owed to aftermarket touches.
"But we're tired of seeing silver German cars!" I hear somebody screaming. Well, for one thing, this is not a German car (Bugatti might be owned by the Volkswagen Group, but it's still headquartered in Molsheim, France, remember?).
Secondly, this is the kind of Silver you might want to stare at. And it's not just the main hue of the machine that stands out. Oh no. We can also feast our eyes on the shiny grilles (up front and on the sides), as well as on those even shinier wheels.
Come to think of it, this spec really allows the styling cues of the Chiron to speak to the audience.
As for the second part of the title above, the blue accents can be found on the brake calipers, as well as inside the W16 velocity tool.
Now, if you happen to be looking for a Bugatti Chiron Sport configuration that packs a more colorful punch, this Black and Blue example of the quad-turbo toy might just fit the bill.
Since I mentioned tuning above, you should know there are Bugatti owners who turn to this industry to dress up their machines. And one the most striking examples to date comes from Afrojack. The Dutch music producer and DJ recently gifted his Veyron and Chiron with matching camo wraps, causing a bit of a stir in preparation for this year's Gumball 3000 Rally.