Swiss watch brand Roger Dubuis unveiled two new watches designed as the result of a collaboration between watch brand and supercar brand. The big reveal of the Aventador S watch by Roger Dubuis and Lamborghini Squadra Corse blends Italian aesthetic and performance with Swiss precision. This timepieces were designed following the same supercar codes – the Aventador S and the new Huracàn Super Trofeo EVO.
The two new releases both feature multilayer carbon cases, and are powered by an all-new double balance hand-wound caliber RD103SQ, which runs at 4Hz and offers a power reserve of 40-hours. The new caliber display hours and minutes, power reserve, and—most notably—a dead-beat seconds indication. The latter is a first in the brand’s recent history, and an underrated addition often coveted by collectors. Much like the balance of the Excalibur line, the movement is finished in Poinçon de Genève finishing.
The key differences between the two new Aventador S models are nominal; EX613 with yellow accents will be limited to 88 pieces worldwide with a retail price of $185,000, whereas the EX624—identifiable by its orange accents and aforementioned carbon cover plate—will be limited to only 8 pieces ($205,000).