Swiss watchmaker Richard Mille has partnered with luxury jet maker Airbus Corporate Jets for the RM 50-02 ACJ Tourbillon Split Seconds Chronograph. Its open-worked design allows for breathtaking views of the intricately constructed technical interior, while a number of parts within the movement have been finished with an aeronautical coating to prevent corrosion.
The watch is encased in Titanium-Aluminum alloy, the same one used on the Airbus jet turbine blades, with a secondary ceramic bezel that mirrors the shape of an ACJ window. Additional details include Torq set screws and a jet engine-inspired crown.
The RM 50-02 ACJ is limited to 30 examples and will run you just over $1,000,000 USD. Visit the Richard Mille website to locate a store.
Also, be sure to check out the RM 69 Tourbillon, which displays erotic messages on its face.