With the 2018 Watches & Wonders show taking place in the heart of the Miami Design District this week, Ralph Lauren has just revealed an all-new steel version of its RL Automative Skeleton, the company’s first open-worked timepiece.
Similar to the original Bugatti-inspired RL Automative Skeleton, the watch's overall composition now boasts a full stainless steel build along with an Amboyna burl wood bezel surrounding the dial which is secured by screws, referencing rivets that reinforce the chassis of a classic 1950's race car.
The luxurious silver and brown theme of the timepiece can further be solidified with a matching and interchangeable croc-skin leather strap, while it's powered by a 2.5Hz hand-wound Swiss-made F.A. Jones mechanical movement that has been customized by Val Fleurier for Ralph Lauren, carrying a power reserve of 45 hours.
With the retail price listed at $34,200 USD, learn more about the timepiece directly at Ralph Lauren.
For additional details, be sure to read the full story on Professional Watches.
Also, read more about Ralph Lauren’s automotive watches, which are inspired by the man’s vintage car collection.