To match this extraordinary machine, Swiss luxury watchmaker IWC Schaffhausen designed together with Mercedes-AMG a special timepiece exclusively available for the future owners of the Mercedes-AMG One. The watch's 46.2mm case is made of titanium aluminide, a material used for some elements of engines in motorsport. The case is finished with polished and sandblasted surfaces and wraps around a black dial with hypercar-inspired details.
The outer dial ring's louvered, ring-shaped form is inspired by the air inlets that highlight the One's front. F1 fans will also notice the iconic Petronas green from the brand's winning Formula One team used on the dial and on some of the movement components.
At 4 o'clock, there's a power reserve indicator that resembles a tachometer. There's also a double moon phase display for the northern and southern hemispheres. A two-tone strap with Mercedes stars in Petronas green completes the racy look of the timepiece.
The exclusive watch will be available only to the future owners of the Mercedes-AMG One. The Big Pilot's Watch Constant-Force Tourbillon Edition "AMG ONE OWNERS" will be limited to 275 pieces – a nod to the 275 units of the One.
Unfortunately, none of those units will touch American soil since they don't meet U.S. road standards. The lucky millionaires in Europe, however, will not only get to drive the $2.72 million hypercar, but they will also get a highly exclusive watch from IWC.