Jacob & Co. Twin Turbo Furious "La Montre Noire" Bugatti Edition

TT800.31.AA.UA.A
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Spécifications techniques

Fonctions

  • Heures
  • Minutes
  • Secondes
  • Chronographe à monopoussoir
  • Deuxième fuseau horaire
  • Réserve de marche
  • 2 Tourbillons
  • Tourbillon Tri-Axial

Mouvement

  • Remontage manuel
  • Manufacturé
  • Swiss Made

Boîtier

  • 57.00x52.00
  • Tonneau
  • Black Gold
  • Serti de saphirs
  • 17.00mm

Verre

  • Saphir

Étanchéité

  • 3.00atm / 30.00m / 100.00ft

Boucle

  • Boucle déployante
  • Black Gold

Bracelet

  • Veau
  • Noir

Année

  • 2020

Description

Everyone loves a good mystery, and when it involves what could be the most expensive car in the world, this one is irresistible.

The famous Bugatti Type 57 SC Atlantic Coupe from the 1930s is regarded as a masterpiece of automotive design. Four were made and, according to legend, the only black version disappeared around 1940, when Bugatti shipped their cars and goods from Molsheim, France, to the company’s secondary factory in Bordeaux to keep them safe from the Nazis.

Dubbed La Voiture Noire (“The Black Car”), this spectacular car is an unsolved mystery in automotive history. This car, chassis no. 57453, has never been found. Experts estimate that the car would be worth upwards of $100 million if it was ever discovered, making it the most valuable car on the planet.