Take A 360-Degree Tour Of The Bugatti Chiron's Exquisite Interior

Interior

This is the next best thing to sitting inside it.

The Bugatti Chiron made its grand debut only a few days ago at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show but it’s okay if you’re already sick of the new French supercar. However, we promise that this video is worth your time and attention. Jaime Gabaldoni shot this 360-degree walkaround video of the Bugatti for Univision Autos. These types of videos are starting to become more common in the industry and we can see why. Having a full 360-degree view of the Chiron’s interior is the next best thing to sitting inside it.

Check this video out and make sure to use the directional arrows up top to look all around. It’s a bit disorienting at first but once you get the hang of it you’ll wonder why more videos aren’t shot this way.

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