TAG Heuer has just released the Heuer Carrera 160 Years Silver Limited Edition to celebrate their 160th anniversary. It was just about 60 years ago that the first Heuer Carrera chronographs were produced and sent out into the world. These watches were named after the Carrera Panamericana, a race that has been regarded as one of the most dangerous races in the world.
Now, TAG Heuer is releasing the Carrera 160 Years Silver Limited Edition is a stainless-steel chronograph that’s very similar to its predecessor. There are a few differences, however. The timepiece is now 39 mm instead of 36mm and the permanent second indicator is at 6 o’clock instead of 9 o’clock. As for movement, that’s provided by the Heuer 02. This movement includes 168 components and a power reserve of 80 hours. For more information, click here.
Source: Tag Heuer