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Patek Philippe Ref. 5320G Perpetual Calendar

Patek Philippe, celebrating a successful 178-year long history, has redefined the concept of perpetual calendar with the new Ref. 5320G model. It automatically indicates months with 28, 30, and 31 days, and recognizes February 29th each leap year.

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Breitling Navitimer Rattrapante

The new Breitling Navitimer Rattrapante is considered one of the most important releases of Baselworld 2017 due to the skill in which the chronograph is assembled, and the Swiss watchmaker has been a leading innovator in this field since its foundation in 1884.

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Fusion Is the New Trend in the Automotive Universe

The contemporary automotive universe is characterized by a fusion of trends ranging from classic cars—which will always be the collectors’ choice—to a world with no limits that encompasses self-driving vehicles, augmented reality, 3D printing, artificial intelligence, or flying cars. In this issue, we feature three cars that exemplify this condition.

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Bentley Continental GT

The new version of the Continental GT was presented at the recent 2017 IAA Frankfurt Motor Show. The title “Super Formed” does not allude to its superiority in design, but to the assembling technique used for the body.

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Ferrari Portofino

Ferrari has left California and moved on to Portofino. We are not referring to the locations, but to the 8-cylinder sports cars on its production line. Both cars are convertible with a retractable hardtop, but the new Portofino shows several improvements.

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Jaguar E-Type

“The most beautiful car in the world” were the words uttered by Enzo Ferrari the first time he saw the Jaguar E-Type at its launch on March 1961. It was clear that this car had a revolutionary design, since it was produced from 1961 to 1975. It proved so revolutionary that it is one of six cars permanently exhibited at MoMA in New York.

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A. Lange & Söhne Grand Complication

The prestigious German watchmaker A. Lange & Söhne (founded in 1785) is known worldwide for showcasing unique and everlasting pieces in the market. Its watches are not simply just timekeeping tools, but handcrafted works of art assembled with the finest materials under German watchmaking experts’ most rigorous supervision.

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