As we’ve seen with prior Porsche Design releases, they’ve got things lined up for the latest Porsche models to hit the road and track – the 911 GT3 RS. That means owners of that car (or the Weissach Package option) can pick up one of the new Porsche Design 911 GT3 RS Chronograph.

For purposes of timing laps on the track, the Porsche Design 911 GT3 RS Chronograph has the stop/start pusher (above the crown), and a reset pusher (below the crown). That reset can actually be done one the fly, which is why the pusher is marked “Next Lap”. Given how they’ve gotten things built into the WERK 01.200 movement, you should be able to more easily compare lap times, while timing the laps.

As you’d expect, the leather straps come in the same colors as the leather interior you can order on the car. You’re also able to choose between colors for on the dial (and on the titanium rotor), as well as have up to 12 characters engraved on the back of the watch (say, the VIN of your new ride). Check out more details, and look into requesting your own (if you didn’t via the dealership) directly over at porsche-design.com

Details from Porsche Design

  • Derived from the 911 GT3 RS
  • Porsche Design WERK 01.200.
  • Made of extremely light and durable titanium
  • Leather band with elaborate perforation and backing made of Race-Tex
  • Bezel with pulsometer scale
  • Hour indices made of ceramic Super-LumiNova luminous material

By Patrick Kansa

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