Hublot Facelifts the Big Bang Ferrari Unico, Making it Sleeker and Sharper

The watchmaker's tie-up with Ferrari produces yet another trio of limited editions that stick to the same successful recipe.
Hublot Big Bang Ferrari Carbon

Hublot‘s collaboration with Ferrari has been a fruitful one, spawning several dozen wristwatches including the exotic, engine-shaped MP-05 LaFerrari. That list just got longer with the launch of the redesigned Big Bang Ferrari Unico.

The new Big Bang Ferrari is a variation on the previous generation, with the same mix of automobile-inspired elements in the design, like a wheel rim-shaped rotor and brake pedal chronograph pushers. But the new models have added detail on the dial and case, for instance bezel screws set in recesses, as well as more fluid lines on the case.

Hublot Big Bang Ferrari King Gold 2

Hublot Big Bang Ferrari King Gold 1

The case remains 45mm in diameter, with a quick-release system for swapping straps. And the movement is the Unico, Hublot’s in-house chronograph calibre.

Hublot Big Bang Ferrari King Gold 3

Hublot Big Bang Ferrari King Gold 4

Three versions of the new Big Bang Ferrari are available (pictured below from left): a 1000-piece limited edition in titanium, 500 pieces in carbon composite, and another 500 pieces in 18k King Gold.

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Price and availability 

The Big Bang Ferrari will be available starting early 2017 from Hublot retailers and boutiques.

Titanium ref. 402.NX.0123.WR – US$26,200
Carbon ref. 402.QU.0113.WR – US$28,300
King Gold ref. 402.OX.0138.WR – US$42,000


 

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