Porsche Design: Chronograph 911 Sport Classic

The design flair of the 1960s and early 1970s is being revived in the latest hand-crafted, powerful, limited-edition series from Porsche: Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur pays tribute to this part of the sports car manufacturer's history with the 911 Sport Classic.

Porsche Design is releasing the Chronograph 911 Sport Classic to coincide with the launch of this unique car. It brings the spirit of the 1960s to the wrists of drivers of the vehicle – only 911 Sport Classic owners will have access to the new watch. Intricate details inspired by the new limited-edition Porsche model make this watch an eye-catching statement piece and a true ‘sports car for the wrist’ – in line with the Porsche Design philosophy.

Like its four-wheeled counterpart, the new Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Sport Classic impresses with its sporty design, consistent precision and high-quality workmanship. The two-tone watch housing made of lightweight, durable titanium – finished in natural titanium or black –is the centerpiece of the design. The dial and hands are based on the Heritage Design tachometer: one glance at the white hands, green digits, and scale markings is all it takes to identify the decade that inspired the Chronograph 911 Sport Classic. For the first time, Porsche Design is offering a range of different dials for the timepiece, all of which are in keeping with the main theme and design highlights of the new Porsche 911 Sport Classic. In addition to the classic, matte black dial of the Heritage Design, drivers can choose either the iconic Sport Classic stripes in Light Sport Grey or the 1960s-style Pepita pattern, which also makes an appearance on the upholstery inside the vehicle.

The Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Sport Classic is available exclusively to owners of the 2023 Porsche 911 Sport Classic. It will be available for purchase either through Porsche dealers or online at www.porsche-design.com.


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