Even if you aren't a fan of the Veyron, you'd be crazy not to respect the Chiron. It's draped in carbon fiber and strikes an excellent balance between tradition and technology.
With only 500 examples being built and boasting 1,500 horsepower, the Chiron deserves to be treated as it had blue blood. Not only does it have twice the power of a Lamborgini Aventador but it also has much more attention paid to every detail.
The Chiron stole its good looks from the Vision Gran Turismo concept of last year. The car that's not being unloaded has the two-tone color design we saw in Geneva and it's still very cool, partly because many elements are made from immaculately finished carbon fiber. For now, the full-width active wing remains tucked it, but it can be raised at the push of a button. A long strip of light serves as a never-before-seen taillight design. As for the exhaust, it's big, and there are another couple of active pipes on the sides that you can't really see.
When this car transporter arrived in Monaco, several dozens of amateur car spotters flocked to the scene, desperate to post some of the first delivery videos on YouTube. Or maybe they just wanted to capture and remember the moment when they first saw 2.2 million euros in the carbon flesh.