Returning for this year’s LVMH Watch Week, TAG Heuer has prepared a total of six new models. The lineup comprised new additions to the Aquaracer Professional 200 Solargraph, Connected Calibre E4 and the emblematic Carrera Chronograph series, as well as striking new renditions of the Carrera Chronograph Tourbillon and the Carrera Date Plasma Diamant D’Avant-Garde.
Carrera Chronograph in Teal Green
The latest iteration of the Carrera Chronograph arrives with a circular brushed dial in an alluring teal green — a hue that nods to the brand’s rich history with motorsports. Its design also pays homage to another aspect of TAG Heuer’s heritage, specifically borrowing cues from Jack Heuer’s iconic Carrera 45 Dato.
Equipped with an azuré minute chronograph counter at 3 o’clock and an angled date window on 9, the rest of the dial is incorporated with lume-filled and rhodium-plated indices and handset. Its rehaut also comes in a tonal hue, complete with a 60-second/ minute scale. Retailing for $6,550 USD, the 39mm timepiece can run continuously for 80 hours thanks to its TH20-07 automatic caliber.
Carrera Chronograph Tourbillon in Teal Green
Going beyond the Carrera’s model’s 60th anniversary in 2023, the watchmaker also revealed a tourbillon version of this year’s new Carrera Chronograph. With a price point of $24,050 USD, the reference is geared with the COSC-certified TH20-09 in-house movement, which provides this exceptional time-teller with tourbillon, chronograph and quintessential timekeeping functions. Measuring 42mm in width, the reference also upholds the Carrera’s emblematic Glassbox design, accompanied by a luxurious alligator strap in black.
Carrera Date Plasma Diamant D’Avant-Garde With Yellow Diamonds
Building on the success of the pink diamond edition Carrera Date Plasma Diamant D’Avant-Garde from last year, TAG Heuer has now introduced a new colorway featuring yellow diamonds. Attired with 4.8 carats worth of lab-grown diamonds, this timepiece is outfitted with a phenomenally crafted dial achieved through the brand’s cutting-edge Plasma technology. The dazzling allure of its polycrystalline dial is further accentuated with a burst of color that comes in the form of the yellow diamond Carrera logo and crown. Measuring 36mm in diameter, the reference is cased in a luxurious white gold case, accompanied by matching hour markers and hands.
Aquaracer Professional 200 Solargraph – 34mm
Arriving in new dimensions, the Aquaracer Professional 200 Solargraph now sports a much more compact 34mm case size. Despite the reduced size, the new model is armed with all the fundamental features that its larger counterpart boasts, such as 200 meters of water resistance, a unidirectional rotating bezel, a screw-down crown, and a double safety clasp. Prices go between $2,150 – $5,000 USD. The new line is available in five variations: deep blue, iridescent polar blue, mother of pearl, mother of pearl with diamond indices, as well as mother of pearl with diamond-set bezel and indices.
Connected Calibre E4 – 45mm
Continuing to expand on its Connected Calibre E4 collection, TAG Heuer’s latest high-end smartwatch arrives in an elevated new look. Featuring a robust steel build and a 45mm case size, the elegant new reference marries digital functionalities with the aesthetic appeal of traditional watches. Dressed in a sporty Castleton green, the new Connected Calibre E4 is equipped with 20 different watch face options with a plethora of combinations that can be customized to its wearer’s needs. Priced at $1,750 USD, the timekeeper is accompanied by a matching green rubber strap.
Visit TAG Heuer’s official website to find out about the availability of the aforementioned models. In other news, more LVMH Watch Week coverage can be read here.