These Two Bugatti Chirons Have "Reverse" Specs, Look Like Pandas

Bugatti Chiron 1 photo
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Have you ever wondered what kind of machines draw the attention on the French Riviera these days? After all, you can't expect a mere supercar to cause a massive stir when so many of these flock to the streets of that area every year. Well, the Bugatti Chiron combo we have here, which was spotted in Cannes earlier this month, should do the trick.
The first thing that catches's one's eye when checking out the first image below is obviously the Black and White hypercar that looks like it's upset about having been parked so close to a crosswalk - few zebras in that part of the world are just that. For instance, this one is the crosswalk in front of InterContinental Carlton Cannes.

Then again, if you spend an extra second checking out the pic, you notice there's a second Chiron on the other side of the zebra. And the two Molsheim machines seems to pack reverse specs (check out the image and it will all become clear).

But what do you do if you run into road irregularities? Heck, there's even one in this image. Well, you could turn to the Mercedes-AMG 63 6x6 sitting behind the Bugs. At least you wouldn't go for too much of a color change.

As you'll notice in one of the other social media post below, the first Chiron comes with a Dubai plate, once that cost a small fortune (the rule is simple in Dubai: the simpler the plate, this higher the cost). When it comes to the other two machines... heck, they could always belong to the same owner.

Now, make sure to use the swipe feature (when available), so you get to see more of the splendid machines that adorn the French Rivier this time of the year. As always, those streets look like one giant rolling car collection.

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