Iwc Launches Special Edition Watch To Celebrate 50th Anniversary Of Mercedes-amg

Schaffhausen, June 22, 2017-Mercedes-AMG is about to celebrate its 50th anniversary. Schaffhausen IWC launched a limited edition special edition watch in the engineer series. Celebrate partners. Inspired by the design of racing brake discs, this brand new sports chronograph is equipped with IWC’s self-made movement, made of titanium, and equipped with anti-magnetic protection, AMG’s outstanding engine technology, top car performance and dynamic driving pleasure Traits complement each other.

 IWC’s new engineer series has been launched in the spring, and its design is based on the early engineer’s models of the 1950s. The official launch of the new models of this series will start in the fall. Today, the family adds another new member: ‘This sports chronograph combines precision engineering with extraordinary design and accurately reflects our common values. We report to Mercedes-AMG’s founding anniversary Congratulations. Although the team failed to reach the podium at the 24-hour endurance race at the Nurburgring, we are convinced that the next success is absolutely close at hand. ‘Christopher Schaffhausen, IWC Chief Executive Officer Mr. Christoph Grainger-Herr said.

 The special edition of the engineer’s sports chronograph ‘Mercedes-AMG 50th Anniversary’ (model: IW380902) is limited to 250 pieces and is driven by a home-made movement with the flyback function 89361. The case is made of titanium and the silver-plated dial is equipped with a tachymeter scale. The watch is equipped with an antimagnetic soft iron inner case, which is in the same vein as the original engineer’s watch of 1955. Through the sapphire glass case back, the soft iron inner case is clearly visible, and the radial grooves are particularly similar to the shape of the AMG brake disc. The engraving of ‘A TRIBUTE TO ONE MAN, ONE ENGINE’ (one person specifies one engine) shows the world that each powerful engine unit of Mercedes-AMG is fully assembled by a designated engine engineer in the factory.
The Nurburgring Circuit’s 24 Hours of Endurance provides a great stage for watch debut

 The new watch was launched on the occasion of the 24-hour endurance race held at the ‘Green Hell’ stage of the Nurburgring last weekend. In addition, Mercedes-AMG also launched the Mercedes-AMG GT3 Edition 50 special model at this event. This special edition is limited to five to commemorate the company’s 50th anniversary. Each car owner will also receive a special edition of the Mercedes-AMG 50th Anniversary Sports Chronograph. The dial design of the watch adopts the typical match colors including the Nurburgring, such as red and white on the sidelines, and black on the asphalt. IWC is also a sponsor of Mercedes-AMG’s HTP Motorsport, with Dominik Baumann (Austria), Maximilian Buhk (Germany), and Erdo Mo Edoardo Mortara (Italy) and Edward Sandström (Sweden) set foot on the field together. AMG drivers had hoped to reach the podium, but at the end of the race, heavy rain suddenly fell from the sky, and the GT3 with bald tires slipped off the track.
Long and close partnership
 AMG was founded in 1967 by Hans Werner Aufrecht and Erhard Melcher in Großaspach near Stuttgart. The company’s name is derived from the initials of the two founders and the name of the city where it is located. This brand has now become a high-performance and sports car brand of Mercedes-Benz, and it has developed self-developed high-end vehicles such as Mercedes -AMG GT is world-renowned. Whether it is the high-performance cars and sports cars of Mercedes-AMG or the mechanical watches of IWC, they have combined unparalleled precision engineering skills with unique designs. These common core values ​​are at the heart of the close partnership that the two companies have formed since 2004. IWC has so far launched a number of AMG special edition watches, and draw inspiration from AMG high-performance cars, such as black zirconia ceramic case.

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