By now you've seen the big Porsche news—a new 911, the 992 is set to hit the market in 2020 .  In the last few years Porsche Design, the company's product design focused sibling has been retooling its watch collection with a more direct focus on automotive influence, and a new timepiece has just been unveiled celebrating the arrival of the new iteration of the Stuttgart icon. The austere chronograph will fly under an odd yet fitting name; the Porsche Design 911 Chronograph Timeless Machine LE , a small edition limited to (you guessed it) 911 pieces worldwide.

Aesthetically we are looking at a variation of their 1919 collection, with a 42mm titanium case fitted with a rubber strap. Though its lug structure is a bit out of the ordinary, this design coupled with the lightweight material choice has made this collection quite comfortable across the board. Drawing a design cue from their Monobloc Actuator watch that launched in '17, running seconds are displayed via a partial opening at nine o'clock rather than hash marks for timing, though this time the words "timeless machine" roll in and out of view. The chronograph is powered by an ETA/Valjoux 7750 self-winding caliber fitted with a custom Porsche Design rotor. Deliveries are expected to begin in April, with US pricing set at $5,411. Pre-order details can be found here .

If you're not interested in waiting until April, or if you have a Porsche fanatic on your holiday shopping list, you're not out of luck. Porsche Design's catalog runs deep, and includes a wide array of products including everything from a Bluetooth speaker that looks like the 911's exhaust ,  to watches, sunglasses, phone cases , and other goodies. Have a look at a selection via the link below.

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