TAG Heuer Celebrate Jo Siffert With New Autavia Model

Inspired by the legendary racing driver.

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After releasing an Autavia in honor of Jack Heuer, TAG Heuer has returned to the model for a new edition inspired by legendary Swiss racing driver Jo Siffert. The Calibre 11 x Tag Heuer Jo Siffert Autavia is heavily influenced by iconic timepieces, including the brand’s 73633 and the white-dial 1163T Autavia, which Siffert himself wore.

The limited edition watch — there are only 100 — features a 42mm steel case, while the white dial is contrasted with black sub-dials and a blue central hand and markers. The timepiece is then finished with a bidirectional bezel with a black aluminum insert. The watch is available now from Calibre 11, with each watch priced at $5,999 USD.

TAG Heuer has also recently expanded its flagship line with the Carrera Heuer 02.

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