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Upon partnership between Roger Dubuis and Lamborghini, new Excalibur Spider with black carbon case (45 mm), manual-winding calibre RD103SQ.

Hitting the (very fast) track

Excess is the norm at Roger Dubuis, firmly focused on a vision of the world that is based on a philosophy of living larger than life. Stirred although in no way submissive to the past, the brand that dares to be different nonetheless maintains a resolute eye on the future. In addition to these drivers, thanks to the support of an integrated Manufacture from its very beginnings, Roger Dubuis’ unparalleled technical expertise is seamlessly blended with its unleashed creativity. Thus, inspired by visionary engineers, and crafted by incredible watchmakers, the timepieces resulting from this sometimes-diabolical duality are unquestionable proof that Roger Dubuis is without a doubt the most exciting way to experience Hyper Horology.

Why break the rules when you can reinvent the game?

Roger Dubuis also draws on cutting-edge industries that share the same values. In recent years, this has given birth to an iconic alliance with Italian legend Lamborghini Squadra Corse. Channelling unreasonable sensations and exceptional power, the Excalibur Aventador S was the first horological expression of this high-speed partnership to hit the track and the Manufacture is gearing up to introduce a new black-and-red version.

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Living up to the “Powered by Raging Mechanics” signature, and fuelled by a shared flair for technological complexity, the Excalibur Aventador S is impelled by an ‘engine’ in the shape of the specially developed Duotor calibre. Duly protected by five patents, the Lamborghini-exclusive Roger Dubuis movement embodies an ongoing evolution of the Maison’s expertise, entirely reinterpreted in light of this automobile alliance. The Excalibur Aventador S features a range of easily identifiable design elements drawn directly from its motorised alter ego, complete with two sprung balances inclined at 45 degrees, strut bars, a power reserve with racing codes and an Alcantara strap.

Price: 201,500 USD

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