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Feast Your Eyes on the Hublot Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph

By Victor Baker


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Hublot Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph

Hublot and Ferrari have been keeping us on the edge of our seats for five years now, and things are not going to change any time soon. The latest project to come out of this unique joint venture is the Hublot Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph, a jaw dropping timepiece specially designed to celebrate Ferrari’s 70 Anniversary.

Available in three different versions – King Gold, Titanium, and PEEK Carbon – this stunning watch probably won’t be for everyone, mostly due to its ridiculously high price-tag, and especially because it’s going to be produced in a super limited run of just 70 pieces, to match the 70 years since the first Ferrari-badged car was released on the market.

The highly architectural design of the watch put out an aggressive vibe, although it’s lightweight and tough, and hiding on the inside is the fresh HUB6311 manual-wind movement, made of 253 components and backed up by a 5-day power reserve.

Hublot Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph

This complex Hublot caliber was done in Ruthenium-coated Anthracite, with an invisible crystal above the cage adding to the overall appeal of this unique timepiece. All of that magic is housed within a 45 mm case, that’s pretty thin thanks to the manual-winding movement.

The Hublot Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph looks absolutely incredible from front to back, and you might be interested to know that the titanium version will be priced at $127,000, the carbon model will set you back about $137,000, while the King Gold version will draw $158,000 out of your bank account. So, which one is it going to be?

Hublot Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph

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About Victor Baker

Victor has always been a big fan of cars, which is why he’s so proud to call himself a genuine petrolhead these days. His love actually stemmed from his father, who was an automotive engineer. Today, he loves to write down everything that comes to mind, car-related or not, and when he really gets down to it, he pretty much becomes one with his laptop.

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