There will be only 20 editions ever made for lucky collectors to get their hands on. Insider information notes that this could very well be an indication of more masterpieces in the coming year since Ferrari and Hublot have recently joined forces on a worldwide scale.
Just like the classic mechanical watches, this timepiece has a 44mm dial that is now becoming a trend in the segment. The structure is sporty and the chassis is built out of carbon fiber. An exposed partial skeleton appears on the rear and front end of the watch and sapphire crystals cover both ends, which has been given a rose tint for a unique effect.
Located on the dial are 3-subdials to complement the main dial which displays the hours and minutes. The upper right-hand dial has a Ferrari red hand, which shows the minutes on a 5-minute interval. Uniquely shaped white hands display the main hours and minutes. The power reserve of 120 hours has the smallest area this setup, shown at the 9 ‘o’ clock position.
The watch’s engine is comprised of 260 components amongst which 35 are precious jewels. Pricing is currently unknown.
Source: Born Rich