The chrome finish covers the front fascia, the front fenders, the frunk lid, the doors and the side mirrors. Then there's the black finish taking care of the other panels, with the resulting contrast only adding to the crowd magnet factory of the toy.
Oh, and let's not forget the shiny appearance of the body details and the wheels, which also play a role in the eye candy, as does the bespoke horseshoe grille bearing the initials of the company founder.
Then again, this kind of finish is not for everybody, but those who applaud such a spec will definitely stare at the thing for quite a while. Of course, the mirror bits could've come courtesy of a wrap, so we must keep that in mind.
Note that the Chiron we have here is on Gibraltar plates. Speaking of which, its owner is a bit of of a Bugatti collector.
So, according to the YouTuber label who caught the car on camera (The Supercar Squad), the gear head also owns the Bugatti Chiron Sapphir Bleu, a Veyron Super Sport, a Chiron Ettore Bugatti Edition. Then there's a McLaren P1 in his collection, for the sake of diversity.
In fact, you can see all of these velocity toys in the piece of footage below. However, if you happen to be in a rush, make sure to the 5:39 point for the daytime sighting of the Chrome Chiron.