Part of the fiscal mismanagement plan for our household includes the purchase of a new car next year. I'm currently leaning toward a Chrysler 300C SRT-8 or, if the bank account's a bit low, a plain old 300C.
Laser enforcement is increasing around these parts and, while I won't allow it to be the sole consideration in my color choice, I am going to be somewhat mindful of of the profile that my next vehicle will present to LIDAR when I start my shopping. I know that the 300C presents a pretty ample target, with its large headlights and fog lights and fairly vertical chrome grill, but I'd still like to be halfway stealthy.
I know that black is the least reflective and lighter colors are more reflective. What part of the color spectrum should I shy away from? What's the scoop on blue . . . green . . . dark gray? Do metallic or pearlescent paints reflect LIDAR more handily or do they disperse the beam?
Incidentally, VEIL and some sort of jammer, probably a Blinder like the one that's sitting on my workbench right now, will be part of the program.
Thanks for your help.