TAG Heuer has updated its Carrera Three Hands design, adding 13 new pared back references across four versions to the collection.
The new watches include the Carrera Day Date 41mm, the Carrera Twin-Time 41mm and two Carrera Date models with 39mm and 29mm cases.
Best known for its racing chronographs, the Carrera line was expanded to include the Three Hands in the early 2000s.
“Since its first introduction more than two decades ago the TAG Heuer Carrera Three Hands has become a centrepiece of our offering, and we are delighted to introduce a new line that ties the watch firmly to its illustrious roots, while projecting bold modernity and refinement,” says Frédéric Arnault, TAG Heuer’s CEO. “With four variations and 13 new timepieces, our clients and collectors will undoubtedly find the TAG Heuer Carrera that uniquely matches their lifestyle while enjoying its signature understated design and unrivalled legibility, features which have made it the lasting success it is.”
Each of the 13 references feature stainless steel cases,12 of which are paired with newly designed stainless steel bracelets with H-shaped links, while one is secured on a brown alligator leather strap. Dials are offered in a choice of black, blue, white and silver. Both 41mm and 39mm models uses Calibre 5 automatic movements.
Out now, the new Carrera Three Hands collection is available via TAG Heuer, priced from $2,300 USD to $3,300 USD.
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