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Hublot's Latest Ferrari Timepiece is Exclusive to Singapore

Hublot's Latest Ferrari Timepiece is Exclusive to Singapore

Ferrari has gone through a number of watchmakers over the years, from Girard-Perregaux to Panerai. These days the duty falls to Hublot, but rather than apply the Prancing Horse logo to one timepiece, Hublot has come out with a steady stream of limited-edition watches in collaboration with the famed Italian automaker.

This latest one is the Hublot Big Bang Ferrari Singapore Limited Edition and is crafted around a ceramic case with all manner of red accents. It has a red sapphire crystal face, red hour and minute indices, and two interchangeable straps: one in red rubber with black trim and the other in black leather – crafted by Schedoni, which makes the fitted luggage for Ferrari trunks – with red stitching, both buckled with a black PVD titanium clasp. The red color, of course, is closely associated with the exotic carmaker, but also the southeast Asian island nation to which this timepiece remains exclusive.

Inside the 45.5mm black ceramic case sits Hublot's in-house 1241 Unico flyback chronograph movement which can be rest at the push of a button at any time. The movement is comprised of 330 components, frequents at 28,800 vibrations per hour, has a 72-hour power reserve and date window, and is water resistant to 10 atmospheres (100 meters).

Set to be officially unveiled during the Singapore Grand Prix at a special exhibition in the Paragon atrium in September, this particular Hublot will be made available in a limited run of 50 examples exclusively through the Singapore-based luxury watch retailer The Hour Glass.


Hublot's Timing is a Match for Ferrari's Speed

Luxury Swiss watch brand, Hublot, and Italian sports car manufacturer, Ferrari, have entered into a “comprehensive agreement,” merging the brand images and the commercial activities of both companies.

The two companies say this collaboration will be more that the creation of watch collections, operating a license, or a sponsorship agreement. It’s described in a joint statement as a “genuine exchange between the two brands, a pooling of resources and information.”

Under the arrangement, Hublot becomes the exclusive watchmaking partner in the full range of Ferrari’s activities. This includes the “Official Watch” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Watch” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of the Ferrari Challenge, and partners in Ferrari special events.

The partnership was announced November 5 during the Finali Mondiali Ferrari race at the Mugello International Circuit—the world finals event that traditionally marks the end of the Prancing Stallion's sports season. The new partnership will then head to the emerging markets of China and the Middle East. Ferrari is a leading luxury brands in China and Hublot is establishing itself in the country with 3 boutiques currently and 12 openings planned by the end of 2012.

“Exclusivity, technology, passion, style: Hublot and Ferrari share many core values and this new partnership between two such highly prestigious brands is an important milestone for both,” said Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, president of Ferrari S.p.A.

“This collaboration, rich in a host of synergies, gives Hublot a massive boost along the road,” added Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of Hublot.


Hublot's Timing is a Match for Ferrari's Speed

Luxury Swiss watch brand, Hublot, and Italian sports car manufacturer, Ferrari, have entered into a “comprehensive agreement,” merging the brand images and the commercial activities of both companies.

The two companies say this collaboration will be more that the creation of watch collections, operating a license, or a sponsorship agreement. It’s described in a joint statement as a “genuine exchange between the two brands, a pooling of resources and information.”

Under the arrangement, Hublot becomes the exclusive watchmaking partner in the full range of Ferrari’s activities. This includes the “Official Watch” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Watch” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of the Ferrari Challenge, and partners in Ferrari special events.

The partnership was announced November 5 during the Finali Mondiali Ferrari race at the Mugello International Circuit—the world finals event that traditionally marks the end of the Prancing Stallion's sports season. The new partnership will then head to the emerging markets of China and the Middle East. Ferrari is a leading luxury brands in China and Hublot is establishing itself in the country with 3 boutiques currently and 12 openings planned by the end of 2012.

“Exclusivity, technology, passion, style: Hublot and Ferrari share many core values and this new partnership between two such highly prestigious brands is an important milestone for both,” said Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, president of Ferrari S.p.A.

“This collaboration, rich in a host of synergies, gives Hublot a massive boost along the road,” added Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of Hublot.


Hublot's Timing is a Match for Ferrari's Speed

Luxury Swiss watch brand, Hublot, and Italian sports car manufacturer, Ferrari, have entered into a “comprehensive agreement,” merging the brand images and the commercial activities of both companies.

The two companies say this collaboration will be more that the creation of watch collections, operating a license, or a sponsorship agreement. It’s described in a joint statement as a “genuine exchange between the two brands, a pooling of resources and information.”

Under the arrangement, Hublot becomes the exclusive watchmaking partner in the full range of Ferrari’s activities. This includes the “Official Watch” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Watch” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of the Ferrari Challenge, and partners in Ferrari special events.

The partnership was announced November 5 during the Finali Mondiali Ferrari race at the Mugello International Circuit—the world finals event that traditionally marks the end of the Prancing Stallion's sports season. The new partnership will then head to the emerging markets of China and the Middle East. Ferrari is a leading luxury brands in China and Hublot is establishing itself in the country with 3 boutiques currently and 12 openings planned by the end of 2012.

“Exclusivity, technology, passion, style: Hublot and Ferrari share many core values and this new partnership between two such highly prestigious brands is an important milestone for both,” said Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, president of Ferrari S.p.A.

“This collaboration, rich in a host of synergies, gives Hublot a massive boost along the road,” added Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of Hublot.


Hublot's Timing is a Match for Ferrari's Speed

Luxury Swiss watch brand, Hublot, and Italian sports car manufacturer, Ferrari, have entered into a “comprehensive agreement,” merging the brand images and the commercial activities of both companies.

The two companies say this collaboration will be more that the creation of watch collections, operating a license, or a sponsorship agreement. It’s described in a joint statement as a “genuine exchange between the two brands, a pooling of resources and information.”

Under the arrangement, Hublot becomes the exclusive watchmaking partner in the full range of Ferrari’s activities. This includes the “Official Watch” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Watch” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of the Ferrari Challenge, and partners in Ferrari special events.

The partnership was announced November 5 during the Finali Mondiali Ferrari race at the Mugello International Circuit—the world finals event that traditionally marks the end of the Prancing Stallion's sports season. The new partnership will then head to the emerging markets of China and the Middle East. Ferrari is a leading luxury brands in China and Hublot is establishing itself in the country with 3 boutiques currently and 12 openings planned by the end of 2012.

“Exclusivity, technology, passion, style: Hublot and Ferrari share many core values and this new partnership between two such highly prestigious brands is an important milestone for both,” said Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, president of Ferrari S.p.A.

“This collaboration, rich in a host of synergies, gives Hublot a massive boost along the road,” added Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of Hublot.


Hublot's Timing is a Match for Ferrari's Speed

Luxury Swiss watch brand, Hublot, and Italian sports car manufacturer, Ferrari, have entered into a “comprehensive agreement,” merging the brand images and the commercial activities of both companies.

The two companies say this collaboration will be more that the creation of watch collections, operating a license, or a sponsorship agreement. It’s described in a joint statement as a “genuine exchange between the two brands, a pooling of resources and information.”

Under the arrangement, Hublot becomes the exclusive watchmaking partner in the full range of Ferrari’s activities. This includes the “Official Watch” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Watch” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of the Ferrari Challenge, and partners in Ferrari special events.

The partnership was announced November 5 during the Finali Mondiali Ferrari race at the Mugello International Circuit—the world finals event that traditionally marks the end of the Prancing Stallion's sports season. The new partnership will then head to the emerging markets of China and the Middle East. Ferrari is a leading luxury brands in China and Hublot is establishing itself in the country with 3 boutiques currently and 12 openings planned by the end of 2012.

“Exclusivity, technology, passion, style: Hublot and Ferrari share many core values and this new partnership between two such highly prestigious brands is an important milestone for both,” said Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, president of Ferrari S.p.A.

“This collaboration, rich in a host of synergies, gives Hublot a massive boost along the road,” added Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of Hublot.


Hublot's Timing is a Match for Ferrari's Speed

Luxury Swiss watch brand, Hublot, and Italian sports car manufacturer, Ferrari, have entered into a “comprehensive agreement,” merging the brand images and the commercial activities of both companies.

The two companies say this collaboration will be more that the creation of watch collections, operating a license, or a sponsorship agreement. It’s described in a joint statement as a “genuine exchange between the two brands, a pooling of resources and information.”

Under the arrangement, Hublot becomes the exclusive watchmaking partner in the full range of Ferrari’s activities. This includes the “Official Watch” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Watch” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of the Ferrari Challenge, and partners in Ferrari special events.

The partnership was announced November 5 during the Finali Mondiali Ferrari race at the Mugello International Circuit—the world finals event that traditionally marks the end of the Prancing Stallion's sports season. The new partnership will then head to the emerging markets of China and the Middle East. Ferrari is a leading luxury brands in China and Hublot is establishing itself in the country with 3 boutiques currently and 12 openings planned by the end of 2012.

“Exclusivity, technology, passion, style: Hublot and Ferrari share many core values and this new partnership between two such highly prestigious brands is an important milestone for both,” said Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, president of Ferrari S.p.A.

“This collaboration, rich in a host of synergies, gives Hublot a massive boost along the road,” added Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of Hublot.


Hublot's Timing is a Match for Ferrari's Speed

Luxury Swiss watch brand, Hublot, and Italian sports car manufacturer, Ferrari, have entered into a “comprehensive agreement,” merging the brand images and the commercial activities of both companies.

The two companies say this collaboration will be more that the creation of watch collections, operating a license, or a sponsorship agreement. It’s described in a joint statement as a “genuine exchange between the two brands, a pooling of resources and information.”

Under the arrangement, Hublot becomes the exclusive watchmaking partner in the full range of Ferrari’s activities. This includes the “Official Watch” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Watch” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of the Ferrari Challenge, and partners in Ferrari special events.

The partnership was announced November 5 during the Finali Mondiali Ferrari race at the Mugello International Circuit—the world finals event that traditionally marks the end of the Prancing Stallion's sports season. The new partnership will then head to the emerging markets of China and the Middle East. Ferrari is a leading luxury brands in China and Hublot is establishing itself in the country with 3 boutiques currently and 12 openings planned by the end of 2012.

“Exclusivity, technology, passion, style: Hublot and Ferrari share many core values and this new partnership between two such highly prestigious brands is an important milestone for both,” said Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, president of Ferrari S.p.A.

“This collaboration, rich in a host of synergies, gives Hublot a massive boost along the road,” added Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of Hublot.


Hublot's Timing is a Match for Ferrari's Speed

Luxury Swiss watch brand, Hublot, and Italian sports car manufacturer, Ferrari, have entered into a “comprehensive agreement,” merging the brand images and the commercial activities of both companies.

The two companies say this collaboration will be more that the creation of watch collections, operating a license, or a sponsorship agreement. It’s described in a joint statement as a “genuine exchange between the two brands, a pooling of resources and information.”

Under the arrangement, Hublot becomes the exclusive watchmaking partner in the full range of Ferrari’s activities. This includes the “Official Watch” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Watch” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of the Ferrari Challenge, and partners in Ferrari special events.

The partnership was announced November 5 during the Finali Mondiali Ferrari race at the Mugello International Circuit—the world finals event that traditionally marks the end of the Prancing Stallion's sports season. The new partnership will then head to the emerging markets of China and the Middle East. Ferrari is a leading luxury brands in China and Hublot is establishing itself in the country with 3 boutiques currently and 12 openings planned by the end of 2012.

“Exclusivity, technology, passion, style: Hublot and Ferrari share many core values and this new partnership between two such highly prestigious brands is an important milestone for both,” said Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, president of Ferrari S.p.A.

“This collaboration, rich in a host of synergies, gives Hublot a massive boost along the road,” added Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of Hublot.


Hublot's Timing is a Match for Ferrari's Speed

Luxury Swiss watch brand, Hublot, and Italian sports car manufacturer, Ferrari, have entered into a “comprehensive agreement,” merging the brand images and the commercial activities of both companies.

The two companies say this collaboration will be more that the creation of watch collections, operating a license, or a sponsorship agreement. It’s described in a joint statement as a “genuine exchange between the two brands, a pooling of resources and information.”

Under the arrangement, Hublot becomes the exclusive watchmaking partner in the full range of Ferrari’s activities. This includes the “Official Watch” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Watch” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of the Ferrari Challenge, and partners in Ferrari special events.

The partnership was announced November 5 during the Finali Mondiali Ferrari race at the Mugello International Circuit—the world finals event that traditionally marks the end of the Prancing Stallion's sports season. The new partnership will then head to the emerging markets of China and the Middle East. Ferrari is a leading luxury brands in China and Hublot is establishing itself in the country with 3 boutiques currently and 12 openings planned by the end of 2012.

“Exclusivity, technology, passion, style: Hublot and Ferrari share many core values and this new partnership between two such highly prestigious brands is an important milestone for both,” said Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, president of Ferrari S.p.A.

“This collaboration, rich in a host of synergies, gives Hublot a massive boost along the road,” added Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of Hublot.


Hublot's Timing is a Match for Ferrari's Speed

Luxury Swiss watch brand, Hublot, and Italian sports car manufacturer, Ferrari, have entered into a “comprehensive agreement,” merging the brand images and the commercial activities of both companies.

The two companies say this collaboration will be more that the creation of watch collections, operating a license, or a sponsorship agreement. It’s described in a joint statement as a “genuine exchange between the two brands, a pooling of resources and information.”

Under the arrangement, Hublot becomes the exclusive watchmaking partner in the full range of Ferrari’s activities. This includes the “Official Watch” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Watch” of Scuderia Ferrari, “Official Timekeeper” of the Ferrari Challenge, and partners in Ferrari special events.

The partnership was announced November 5 during the Finali Mondiali Ferrari race at the Mugello International Circuit—the world finals event that traditionally marks the end of the Prancing Stallion's sports season. The new partnership will then head to the emerging markets of China and the Middle East. Ferrari is a leading luxury brands in China and Hublot is establishing itself in the country with 3 boutiques currently and 12 openings planned by the end of 2012.

“Exclusivity, technology, passion, style: Hublot and Ferrari share many core values and this new partnership between two such highly prestigious brands is an important milestone for both,” said Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, president of Ferrari S.p.A.

“This collaboration, rich in a host of synergies, gives Hublot a massive boost along the road,” added Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of Hublot.


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