TAG Heuer launched new upgrades to a lot of its watches including Formula 1, SLR and Grand CARRERA GT. As a matter fact, TAG Heuer has had a wonderful year this year with the launch of a sold out TAG Heuer Meridist, and a the fabulous new Concept Chronograph the Grand CARRERA Calibre 36 RS Caliper… the same one the company put in the dashboard of Ken Okuyama-designed and TAG Heuer-inspired eco-responsible GT Concept Car displayed at Baselworld 2008.
The Grand CARRERA Calibre 36 Caliper by TAG HEUER is the world’s automatic chronograph with 1/10th of a second Caliper Rotating Scales. The TAG Heuer watch is constructed with lightweight materials, beautiful craftsmanship, and attention to detail. The TAG Heuer Grand CARRERA Calibre 36 Caliper is visible through a double sapphire crystal scratch resistance surface and is COSC-certified at 36,000 vibrations per hour. Tag Heuer’s Grand CARRERA Calibre 36 Caliper is black titanium, has a Calibre 36 RS movement with power reserve and two “Black Gold” Rotation Systems. The TAG Heuer watch also features a new Titanium carbide-coated and rubber bracelet complete with a folding buckle.
TAG Heuer’s Grand CARRERA Calibre 36 RS Caliper Concept Chronograph was featured on the dashboard of the limited edition Ken Okuyaa-designed K.O 7 sports car. The K.O 7 GT sports car uses advanced light weight materials such as aluminum, titanium, and carbon balancing horsepower and weight. Only 99 vehicles are available.