While many of MB&F’s unique creations have come in the form of standing sculptural clocks, the Swiss brand does drop wristwatches from time to time. After linking up with HODINKEE last year for a variation of its Legacy Machine 101, the imprint is back with its latest timepiece — one inspired by Can-Am racers at that. The latest entry in its Horological Machine series, the design is one of MB&F’s thinnest yet and takes cues from founder Max Busser’s longtime desire to be a car designer. The result is decidedly contemporary while still employing a bevy of nods to the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s and even includes a roll bar-inspired case to showcase the modified Girard-Perregaux movement within.
Expected to be limited to somewhere between twenty and thirty pieces, Horological Machine 8 will run you $82,000 USD. For more on the design, head on over to MB&F’s website.