You may remember many months ago UK-based super car club The BHP Project announced they have ordered one of the only six Koenigsegg One:1 production models, and that they’ve ordered it in blue. The car has now been delivered and here in these official photos you can see that they made the right decision with the color.
Until now we’d only seen one Koenigsegg One:1, the silver show car the Swedish firms takes with them wherever they go. So it’s quite refreshing to see this beast in a new color, especially one this cool. BHP has chosen a dark navy sort of blue for the main body of carbon fiber panels, and they garnished it with white stripes where it’s divided from the exposed naked carbon.
The awesome paint scheme is complemented with the Agera One:1’s magnificent aero kit. Granted, that chunky front splitter and that huge rear wing make the car look like a sea monster or something. But they also make the car look intimidating, and that’s the whole point. They are also necessary for the car’s stability at high speed. And this car can achieve some seriously high speeds. In fact, it gives a whole new meaning to the word high!
Koenigsegg One:1 is powered by a 1,340 horsepower twin-turbo V8 and it weighs, as the name suggests, 1,340 kg – hence the whole 1:1 business. Koenigsegg refuses to reveal the verified top speed of this car, but rest assured, it is well over 400 km/h. Is it really faster than Veyron SuperSport? Well, that remains to be seen.
Via BHP ProjectGallery: BHP Project’s Koenigsegg One:1 ,