Seems to be *110.
I hope it will have a color closer to BLT than 103. But who could resist that blue tinted hood of 103 when deciding color? It's after all from another planet, a planet with six suns! I think BLT looks more "alive" in low and electric -light, but my experience is only from pictures (where 103 seems almost black in lower light). On the other side, 103 in the strong sunlight hitting it right on is magic and I can totally understand if that's the choice! Will be interesting to see the final product!
Edit: 103 look almost black at the factory turntable, but BLT is clearly Blue (dark). The darker color looks nice too. Really hard to say which is the best looking, only thing I know for sure is the silver accents is better looking than the red. I'm really glad I don't have to make this kind of difficult decisions myself (or am I?). :^)
Yes probally #110. As of blue carbon, I think Koenigsegg does blue carbon too dark, I'd have mine the way Pagani does blue carbon, wich is more blue
The tint is probally hard to capture on picture though, just look at the tint of #045 that barely appears at all.
To be fair I think BLT is quite blue in daylight.
I'm not sure 103 is meant to be blue-blue? I think it could be made more as black-blue (as seen on the rendering). And we have yet to see the entire car in good daylight. But I'm quite sure the BHP-team have seen it in real life before ordering their car.
Edit: Here is a spot of the Zonda Tricolore in daylight a gray day, directly the color seem less vivid and less alive .. in this video it looks almost black (despite sunny weather). Same thing with blue carbon Bugatti (I really like this one and hope it's how 103 will look in sunlight). I don't think they are "better" than BLT in that way. I think they all need sunlight, and angles where you catch the reflected light. More light brings more texture and life, less light makes them all look "normal".
Same thing with all tinted/candy cars (look at #080 how it came alive in the sun), maybe even more important on the cars with carbon as "base" to bring out the texture of the CF.
Maybe it's possible to make the CF more reflective before painted? Something like what they do on the bare/polished/unpainted CF parts at One:1?
We've decided to go for a combination of clear and also blue tinted carbon with triple layered pearlescent white stripes to highlight the lines and features which looks just incredible and we really can't wait for it to arrive.
It still has the Koenigsegg exhaust and not the one with the One:1-logo. Maybe they will change it later after testruns? Also there is a larger white area on the rear wing then on the renderings earlier.
In the picture you also see the new matte blue One:1, most likely 109 since its just in front of 110 in the production... But it could be the mysterious 108..