Ferrari and Officine Panerai are revealing their latest creations at the British International Motor Show. Ferrari has been licensing their name to some of the most exclusive and high-end watchmakers.
In 2006 Italian watchmaker Officine Panerai took the licensing agreement away from Girard Perregaux and since that time they have created 19 Ferrari inspired models. This year they have created four new models that will please everyone.
The model range is broken down into Scuderia and Granturismo collections and a number of Ferrari styling hints are dropped on the watches; Panerai says the centered Prancing Horse, taillight-inspired pushers, case profile, and convex crystal (designed to emulate a Ferrari rear window) all draw homage to the Italian automaker.
The latest additions to the Officine Panerai Ferrari Engineered lineup are a Ferrari 10 Days GMT, Ferrari 8 Days Chrono Monopulsante GMT Classic, Ferrari 1/8 Second, and Ferrari Chronograph (pictured). The only downside? The cost. Youâ€™ll be shelling out anywhere from 8,900 pounds ($17,788) for the Ferrari 10 Days GMT to a full 28,300 pounds ($56,563) for the Ferrari Chronograph.
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