The presentation proved to be inspiring for both companies, receiving an important media covering as Aston Martin Racing finished second place with drivers Harold Primat, Stefan Mücke and Adrian Fernandez.
The newly launched exclusive watch is the first AMVOX model to combine chronograph and a world time clock. The brilliant piece of engineering will however be made only in a limited series of 500 units, out of which 300 will display a ceramic and titanium case and the remaining 200 will feature a ceramic and 18-carat pink gold case.
For racing enthusiasts the AMVOX5 from Jaeger-LeCoultre will also come with two Racing variants, made in ceramic and titanium and with black or white dial, each in a limited series of 100.
“By selecting a city on the turning flange, instant visualization of the time in any of the world's 24 time zones is possible at any moment. With a nod to the watch's automobile lineage, London is replaced by the town of Gaydon in Warwickshire, where Aston Martin's headquarters and factory are located,” proudly explain the Swiss timekeepers in a press release.
The AMVOX5 World Chronograph features counters executed in carbon fiber, punctuated with a flash of orange on the world time disc, a chronographic second hand and the overstitching on the calfskin leather strap.
The Swiss watchmaker said the AMVOX5 was inspired by the performance of the” meteoric” LMP1 Aston Martin Racing prototype.