Parmigiani Fleurier just debuted their latest Bugatti collaboration timepiece which pays tribute to the latest Chiron supercar, which boasts a 1500hp quad-turbocharged W16 engine.

As with previous models, which you can see in our Parmigiani Fleurier archives, the Bugatti Coaxial Type 390 timepiece features automobile design cues, such as a cylindrical mechanical movement with a flying tourbillon that is reminiscent of an engine.

The manually wound movement, caliber PF390 measures 29.20 mm – 37.50 mm x 12.5 mm thick. It beats at 4Hz (28,800 vph), has an 80-hour power reserve, 302 components, and 32 jewels.

Notably, the watch has a patent pending for the movement’s triangular coupling system and another for the 12° articulated case. Not to mention, it includes the world’s smallest ever ball bearing.

The Parmigiani Fleurier Bugatti Type 390 case measures 42.5 mm x 53.00 mm x 19.5 mm and is available in rose or white gold, each with two 10-piece limited editions, for a total of 40 pieces.

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