Hublot’s LaFerrari Watch Is As Exotic As The Car It’s Named After
By Brandon Turkus
April 24, 2013
A watch. You wear it on your wrist, or sometimes keep it in your pocket. It’s usually made up of a couple straps of fabric or leather, or maybe some metal links. It has a face, covered in glass or plastic, with many confusing little gears on the inside. Its purpose is to tell time.
This is the Hublot MP-05 LaFerrari
watch, and by all accounts, it pays mere lip service to our description above. It doesn’t have any dials, looking more like an engine than a watch. Frankly, we can’t really make heads or tails of it. That said, we think it'd look natural on the wrist of an owner of the fastest, most powerful, most technologically advanced hypercar to ever wear the Cavallino Rampante.
Hublot is limiting production to just 50 pieces, making the MP-05 significantly rarer than the car it’s named after. There’s more info for watch aficionados over at Car And Driver