Porsche Design Unveils P'6620 Dashboard
Just ten years ago, the company’s designers took inspiration from the 911’s instruments to create a timepiece and they haven’t looked back ever since. The design has once again been brought to life, this time by a titanium chronograph for time and speed, as they call it, the Porsche Design P'6620 Dashboard.
The biggest change for the modern era is that the dial has grown to 44 millimetres, while the case is made entirely of titanium. But the lines are more fluid than ever before, with no actual flat shapes in sight, just subtle curves. The sapphire crystal is non-reflective and the case is water-resistant to a depth of 100 meters (10 atm).
When not worn, the watch will have enough energy stored from your hand movements to work for another two full days.
Porsche says that their stop function not only captures increments of time, but can also be used in combination with the tachymeter scale to calculate average speeds of between 60 and 330 km/h. To do this, the stop watch movement has to be started and stopped after a kilometer. The large second hand with a colored tip will then show the speed.
The two entry-level models of the Porsche Design P'6620 Dashboard with a titanium or black links bracelet are available at €3,950.