Hublot fab-collabs for Ferrari’s 70th by bringing the track to the wrist.
Style and speed have shifted into high gear this season with a special, limited edition collaboration by Ferrari and Hublot to mark the 70th anniversary of the iconic Italian car maker. The Techframe Ferrari 70 Years Tourbillon Chronograph was designed under the direction of Flavio Manzoni, Ferrari’s head of design, using the same creative processes employed in the development of new sports cars. “The styling of the Techframe Ferrari 70 Years Tourbillon Chronograph underlies the performances of the watch,” Manzoni explains. “No component is there by chance.” Hublot’s HUB6311 manual-wind tourbillon chronograph movement is the engine at the heart of Manzoni’s design, and served as inspiration for the watch’s chassis. Specially developed and manufactured by Hublot, this movement offers five days of power reserve, while the chronograph is operated by a single button that controls the start, stop, and reset functions. The best of both worlds: Swiss precision and Italian flair... 9470 Brighton Way, Beverly Hills, 310-550-0595; hublot.com
The Hublot Techframe Ferrari 70 Years Tourbillon Chronograph’s skeletonized case is available in three limited-edition, 70-piece versions (ABOVE, FROM LEFT): King Gold ($158,000), Titanium ($127,000), and PEEK (Polyether Ether Ketone) Carbon ($137,000). The sapphire dial reveals the watchmaking excellence of Hublot’s HUB6311 manual-wind tourbillon chronograph movement, while an external raised section holds the timer. The Ferrari logo sits at 9 o’clock and is also denoted on the caseback and crown.