The Big Bang Ferrari series are the result of an amazing 3 years collaboration between Ferrari and Hublot, and unfortunately, it is coming to an end. After 2012 that gave us the Big Bang Titanium and the Big Band Magic Gold came unexpectedly 2013 with MP-05 LaFerrari famous for being the only watch in the world with a 50-day power reserve.
Now, just in front of our eyes, are two new Big Bang Ferrari versions of which the preview is shown during Baselworld 2015. The timepieces, designed to honour the exceptional racing cars – first one is name the Big Bang Ferrari Black Ceramic, having the typical red color, and the second one – The Big Bang Ferrari Grey Ceramic. The last one is inspired by the historic NART (NORTH AMERICA RACING TEAM) livery.
The new Big Bang Ferrari is available in two versions – black and grey ceramic and both have 72-hours power reserve. They have 45-mm cases that are fully made in ceramic. The reset pusher is topped in titanium. Our attention should be also focused on its strap – made of black rubber and leather by Schedoni of Modena from Italy. Hublot comments that the colors are meant to evoke Ferrari’s classic red and gray of the NART. To summarize – The black Ceramic has a blue/white stripe that contrasts the red and the Grey Ceramic has a black/white one. Doesn’t it look subtle?
Now, what about the dial? The car’s logo appears at 9 o’clock, at 3 o’clock we can see the chronograph minutes counter window with a yellow-backed date aperture inside of it. Nevertheless, observe the most novel feature which is latticework that functions as a dial.
This edition is so limited, they only produce 250 pieces and the price range from $28,600 to $43,600.
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Just in case you forgot, Hublot celebrates its 10th anniversary with the Big Bang series… There are the Hublot Ferrari-chronographs launched so far: the Big Bang Titanium and the Big Bang Magic Gold in 2012, the famous MP-05 LaFerrari, three Big Bang models in 2013 and three Big Bang models in 2014.