For several years, Antoine Preziuso has been creating a variety of unique models within the context of the Haute Horlogerie collection of the Art of Tourbillon, focusing on this particular complication.
This year’s Grand Tourbillon Sport is arguably the collection’s most powerful model, with its aerodynamic shape being a direct reference to racing cars, while its spear-shaped, skeletonized red hands remind us of a speedometer.
The movement equipping it is the manual Caliber APG/28T with a tourbillon, bearing 19 jewels, performing 21,600 vibrations/hour and with a power reserve of 110 hours. Its functions include hours, minutes and seconds in the tourbillon. It has a tonneau-shaped case made of ChromeCobalt, a high-tech alloy of extreme durability, and a sapphire crystal on both sides.
The dial is openworked with the tourbillon located at 6 o’clock. The watch comes with a black Porosus crocodile leather strap with red stitching and is water resistant to 30 meters.