The Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon Blue Titanium features a full-metal body with a twist. The entire case went into DLC treatment. A high-tech surface-altering technology, it turns the hypercar-shaped body blue and scratch-proof.
The case is inspired by the flowing lines of the Chiron and the movement, or "engine block," intended to duplicate the Bugatti engine, is placed under a massive sapphire crystal, on display for all.
Pushing the right crown of the timepiece causes the engine comes to life. The crankshaft turns and the 16 pistons pump up and down, just like a true internal combustion engine. Two "turbochargers" (down from four in the actual Chiron engine) on the side of the engine block spin while the engine runs, adding to the visual impact.
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