Porsche Design Offers Chronograph Exclusively to 911 GT3 Owners

Owners will be able to customize their watch to match their new supercar.

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Porsche Design has revealed its new Chronograph 911 GT3, a watch that will only be offered to those taking delivery of the new 2022 Porsche 911 GT3 supercar.

The owners’ chronograph is housed in a titanium case and available in two main versions, with dial rings in either Shark Blue or black. In the US, UK and Germany, customers will be able to take advantage of Porsche Design’s Custom-Built Timepiece Program to select from a wide array of options enabling them to match their watch to their new supercar.

Options include natural or black-coated titanium cases, bezels with either tachymeter or minute scales, straps of genuine Porsche leather in a variety of colours or the option of a titanium bracelet, and contrasting strap stitching in four colours. Customers can design their watch using Porsche Design’s own online configurator which, once completed, provides a code allowing the watch to be ordered through any Porsche Authorised Dealer with delivery in 8-12 weeks.

The watch’s WERK 01.200 calibre offers flyback chronograph functionality and comes with a automatic winding rotor in the shape of the Porsche 911 GT3’s wheels and is available in a choice of six colors.

While no price has yet been announced for the car, the Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT3 is available to design and order now, priced $8,050 USD, via Porsche Design.

Elsewhere in watches, Longines has produced a titanium version of its Avigation BigEye with a petrol blue dial.

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