When it comes to the most incredible supercars on the market today, time is of the essence … especially with approved super watches.
They grew up virtually together: cars and watches. Cars were invented in the early 20’s and were mainly usedM The first continuously produced wristwatch from Cartier in 1904 came at the same time. Both fields were driven by a desire for precision and perfection and both provided advanced mechanics and gorgeous looks that transformed a new lifestyle.
A century later, the two worlds remain inextricably linked – but now technology, innovation, and vision are much more in tune. Over the decades, watch brands and car brands have aligned themselves with each other in recognition of their common passions and goals. From the mid to late 20th century, top watch brands were sponsoring races, mapping relationships with drivers and brands, and in the turn of the new millennium these relationships created shared ideas, shared design principles, and even shared materials.
Today, as Hypercars take the world by storm, certain watch brands are gaining momentum – enhancing their mechanics and aesthetics in partnership that enables car lovers to put their passion into the wrists in the shape of a Hyper Clock that no one could have ever dreamed of before. .
Jacob & Co. and Bugatti
It was only a few years ago that Jacob & Co. He started his partnership with Bugatti, and the results have been great The new version is the Bugatti Chiron Blue Sapphire Crystal Turbillon watch with a racing-inspired blue sapphire case and a 578-part manual wind movement whose engine replicates the Bugatti W16 engine. Clock movement is suspended in the case of shock absorbers, and 16 pistons are powered up and down on the crankshaft, like the engine of a hyper car, on demand. $ 1.5 million.
Roger Dubois and Lamborghini
For five years now, Roger Dubois has worked with Lamborghini for design and color, high-tech materials and dreamy aesthetics that mimic the brand’s best cars. This Excalibur Spider Countach was built to launch the new Countach Supercar and is made of a high-tech mineral composite fiber. It boasts a complex 295-part hand-finished and assembled movement that was built entirely internally, including a double-flying tourbillon at a 90-degree angle. The watch is a boutique exclusive and will be made in just 8 pieces. $ 815,000
Bowet 1822 and Pininfarina
Bovet 1822 has an ongoing partnership with Pininfarina over the years, and the results are top-notch mechanics and three-dimensional aesthetics that distract the mind. The Pininfarina Batista Hyper GT is a prime example of a new Batista tourbillon honoring electric cars. The Battista Tourbillon watch boasts a completely new movement, including a two-sided 60-second flying tourbillon and a patented circular rewinding system. The tourbillon cage is reminiscent of the Battista Impulso wheels, and imitating the Battista E-Heart charging logo, the watch has an E-Heart-shaped aperture that displays the front-facing date and rear-turning process. 30 330,000
Porsche design and Porsche
Their history has always been associated with the Porsche Design Studio, in 1972 at Ferdinand. Founded in Porsche, famous for its wrists, the Porsche German Performance car features all the features, functionality and precision. Now, the Chronograph 1-911 version watch celebrates 50 years of Porsche design and honors the brand’s first chronograph. It boasts a tachometer section ring for chronograph function, day and date indication and speed measurement. It is exclusively available for owners of the 750 Porsche 911 Targa GTS Porsche Design 50th Anniversary Edition sports car and the two sell together for $ 195,850 (excluding delivery, processing and handling fees).
Richard Mill and McLaren
Already five years into the partnership with McLaren Automotive, Richard Mill continues to have horological limitations. The RM 40-01 Automatic Tourbillon McLaren Speedtail is a great example of the future style and performance of both brands. Respecting the Fast Foreign Car built by McLaren, the RM 40-01 consists of a new 69-part titanium and carbon TPT® case that has been in existence for 18 months. Inside, the brand new engine consisted of 672 parts and lasted more than 8,000 hours in the R&D phase. Only 106 pieces will be made to mimic the number of McLaren Speedtail vehicles. $ 1,023,000
Girard-Perregaux and Aston Martin
The relationship between Girard-Perregaux and Aston Martin has been new for almost a year, and brands are quickly finding their mark. The new Loreto Chronograph boasts a dial using the Aston Martin version owned by Aston Martin Green. To play with textures and shades like the sports car it mimics, the dial requires 21 paint applications to create seven distinct layers, all done by hand. A cross-hatch motif first found in the 1920s car logo adds a touch of high-performance appeal. The watch is made of matte and polished stainless steel and a sapphire caseback proud to see the intricate 419-part self-winding movement. $ 20,000
This article appeared in our May 2022 issue.