In 1963, a legend was born. Lightweight E-type cars are always different. Only 18 cars are planned to be produced. That year, two light E-type cars led the GT4 category, but ranked 23rd in British English white, with bold red and blue stripes, this was the first place to cross the finish line.
54 years later, the replica Bremont MKII chronograph turned the car ’s now iconic features into reality. This is a true respect for the history of racing. The MKII has a novice and red stitched “racing” leather strap, similar to the brand details of the red racing stripes and vintage embroidery that decorate the car.
Nearly ten years from the start of BREEMONT / JAGUAR, BREMONT has launched the D type
Jaguar D won the Le Mans 24-hour endurance race three times between 1955 and 1957, and designed a mechanical chronograph to celebrate the British racing icon Bremont, bringing the wearer back to motorsport Golden age. The design of the blue dial is inspired by the Pantone of the Ecurie Ecosse Jaguar racing team, limited to 300 pieces (the D type is classified as a 300 hp car). The large-scale exhibition sapphire bottom cover displays a beautiful mechanical movement and an intricate Jaguar steering wheel heuristic rotor. The crown of the watch is engraved with the original Dunlop tire tread, and the end enamel of the inherited Jaguar logo is exquisite.
Ian Callum, Jaguar ’s design director at the time, said: “The Bremont D-Type chronograph is inspired by one of the most striking and beautiful sports cars in history … As exciting as the 1950s, today its story continues Telling, the iconic car is worth matching. The limited edition replica AAA watch perfectly captures the mechanical beauty of the D-type and cleverly embellishes the performance of the car-the real driver’s companion.