This year, Hublot presents a new Hublot/Ferrari collaboration that draws inspiration from the “Gran Turismo” arena.

The launch of the Classic Fusion Ferrari GT watch, with its innovative design which integrates the new UNICO manufacture movement in a body with distinctive and dynamic lines, sees Hublot and Ferrari write a new chapter in their collaboration.

The MP-05 LaFerrari and the Techframe. The collaboration first drew inspiration from the racing world and Formula 1, with the Big Bang Ferrari editions. In 2017, Hublot and Ferrari expanded to the universe of GT, with the Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph, created to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Ferrari.

This year the collaboration goes a step further, to pay homage to the “Grand Touring” cars, Hublot and Ferrari have now combined for the first time their sense of creativity and mechanical innovation in a Classic Fusion, a watch powered by a UNICO manufacture movement in a 45-mm-diameter Classic Fusion case.

Protected by four patents, this self-winding flyback chronograph movement, with 4 Hz frequency (28’800 A/h) and a column wheel that can be seen from the dial side. The movement has a 3-day power reserve. The entirely new Classic Fusion Ferrari GT is available in three different cases:

Titanium (limited edition of 1,000 pieces)

King Gold (limited edition of 500 pieces)

3D Carbon (limited edition of 500 pieces)

The dial is transparent so as to reveal the high-precision mechanics of the UNICO HUB1280 calibre, with the Ferrari Prancing Horse appearing at 12 o’clock.

Each detail has meticulous finishing touches such as the red thread around the sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating, a stylistic reference to the legendary Ferrari color.

The straps of the Classic Fusion Ferrari GT are in black rubber and dressed in Schedoni leather, like the seats of the Maranello historical race cars.

How much?

Titanium:  US$22,000

King Gold: US$38,800

3D Carbon: US$27,300

 

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