Bugatti has shared some crazy pictures of a heavily customised Chiron Super Sport, the first customer car.
It’s painted in a vibrant shade of blue, with orange wheels.
And now everybody wants to know who the buyer is, especially considering the base model costs $3.8m!
The Bugatti Chiron is a mad hypercar with a hefty price tag and an even crazier waiting list.
And that can only mean one thing: no two Bugatti Chirons are the same, that’s for sure.
That’s because anybody who’s in the position to buy a car for $3.8 million and spend $50k on a new set of wheels every 14 months, will want to make it their own.
This particular model uses a special type of colour scheme called ‘Arancia Mira’, first developed for the Veyron Grand Sport L’Or Blanc in 2011.
And the jury is still out on this one because if you look at the comments in the Instagram post, it’s clear that people either love it or hate it.
There is no in-between, apparently.
So who could afford a Bugatti Chiron?
That leaves us with the main question of who bought it?
Well, we know (because Bugatti told us) the average owner has at least 40+ cars, and we also know that footballers and rappers love Bugattis.
Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the most famous owners of a Chiron.
If you happen to live in an affluent part of the globe, keep your eyes open for this 440km/h, 1,600hp blue and orange bullet.