chiron bugatti red carbon fiber cream
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bugatti chiron rear red carbon white
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chiron black bugatti red scallops
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  • Image Credit: Bugatti
  • Image Credit: Bugatti
  • Image Credit: Bugatti
  • Image Credit: Bugatti
  • Image Credit: Bugatti
  • Image Credit: Bugatti
  • Image Credit: Bugatti
  • Image Credit: Bugatti
  • Image Credit: Bugatti
  • Image Credit: Bugatti
Bugatti's new Chiron made its long-awaited debut in a very traditional French Racing Blue. If you aren't a fan of such a shade, though, you'll be pleased to hear about the new colorizer for the hypercar.

It's limited – the old Veyron's setup was far more versatile and entertaining – but with eight different color schemes to choose from, it at least gives us a preview of what will almost certainly be an exhaustive color palette. From what we can see here, there will be two sections of Chiron to colorize – the doors, hood, and front fenders can be one color; The roof, rear fenders, rear end, sills, and lower front bumper can be another. Both sections can be finished in exposed carbon fiber, with shades ranging from red, to blue, to black.

Other details include the wheels and brake calipers, which vary based on the overall color scheme. Some cars have simple silver alloys, while others get painted inserts. Caliper colors are nearly as varied as the paint on the body. And while we don't have anything on interior color schemes, the cabins of the cars shown here change based on the color scheme – there's the usual tan, beige, black, and what looks like a dark brown.

You can head on over and play with the Chiron colorizer yourself. We've also put together a gallery showing each color scheme from two of the three angles.

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