Range Rover and Zenith Watches have come together in a collaboration to create a timepiece that sets a new bar in luxury.
In 1969 Charles Spencer, head of the Rover car company, drew his first sketches of a vehicle that combined the capabilities of the Land Rover and the comfort of the best-appointed Saloon; this vehicle would later be known as Range Rover. Little did Charles Spencer know, the vehicle he sketched out would go on to set standards in refinement and luxury for years to come.
Whilst the Range Rover was being born in the UK, prestigious watchmaker Zenith were making waves in Switzerland after a significant breakthrough in the art and science of watchmaking, known within the industry as Horology. They had created a fully working prototype of the world’s first self-winding chronograph movement named El Primero. This meticulously created timepiece was, and continues to be, the most accurate wrist watch chronograph ever made.
1969 it seemed was to go down in history as a landmark year for design.
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