Blue Bugatti Chiron Available Right Now For ‘Just’ $3.8 Million

Bugatti has some way to go before selling all its planned units of the Chiron. Consequently, those with the money have ample time to spec out their dream hypercar.

The only caveat to this is that any new Chiron order takes at least two years to be delivered. Most people who can afford these things aren’t really inclined to wait that long; they want their toys and they want them now.

Fortunately, used Chirons do pop up for sale here and there and this example, currently being sold by Munich dealer Semco Cars, is an especially attractive unit.

Those who remember the launch of the Chiron at the Geneva Motor Show in 2016 will notice that this car has exactly the same paint scheme, which combines Atlantic Blue Metallic with French Racing Blue Uni, along with black/silver wheels and a set of blue brake calipers.

Having seen the original Geneva show car in person, we can say that it looks good, but not great. The colors are perhaps a little too bright and not overly flattering for a vehicle with a design like the Chiron. Those we’ve seen in silver and black are, in our book, more appealing.

Fortunately, the interior of the hypercar is top notch. Luxurious beige leather is featured throughout alongside black elements, aluminum accents and a range of matte carbon fiber components. It looks like a phenomenal place to sit.

Of course, the key selling point of a Chiron like this is the simple fact that it’s available for delivery immediately. And we suspect that this will be much more of a deal breaker than the body color (which ain’t half bad) or the rims.

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    • Bash

      Isn’t that cool?

  • Spyder Hole Fantome

    This car has always been a bit dooschy.

  • fabri99

    Not a big fan of the Chiron, but if I wanted one this is the spec I’d go for.

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