Big Bang Ferrari, Hublot timepiece inspired to racing cars

The collaboration between Ferrari and Hublot continues for the third consecutive year. Following the launch of the first two watches, the Big Bang Titanium and the Big Bang Magic Gold in 2012, Hublot unveils two new versions: Big Bang Ferrari Black Ceramic and Big Bang Ferrari Grey Ceramic. Two timepieces with a unique movement entirely designed and developed by Hublot master watchmakers. Exceptional sports watches to honor exceptional racing cars. Constructed on a 45 mm diameter chassis in black or grey ceramic, the sporty design of the new Big Bang Ferrari models is enhanced by a profiled aerodynamic dial through which the depths of the movement can be glimpsed. The unique manufacture movement is dominated by the distinctive Ferrari grille, a blackened criss-cross mesh which clearly reveals the main plates and bridges of the movement.

The dial features an appliqué of the iconic prancing horse at 9 oclock, while the minute counter and date window appear at 3 o’clock in the colors of the Ferrari shield. Recalling the distinctive codes of the five-spoke Ferrari wheels, the oscillating weight is visible beneath the transparent sapphire case-back. The leather strap is equipped with the innovative “One click” attachment system inspired by car seat belts, making it easily interchangeable.  

Clearly displaying its affiliation with the automotive world, the new Big Bang Ferrari, with a 72-hour power reserve, is an icon of style and exclusiveness. Available in two versions, black or grey ceramic, each numbering 250 pieces.

www.hublot.com







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