Last year Chopard introduced a sporty theme to its Baselworld showcase, including a 20th-anniversary edition of its Happy Sport watch.
The official sponsor of the Monaco Grand Prix, Chopard has now extended the theme with the introduction of four new collections, including the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique chronograph.
Other releases include two Happy Sport watches and a nostalgic look back at its famous LUC model.
Chopard’s Monaco timepiece features three different time counters within a self-winding dial encased in titanium steel. The sporty dial is enhanced with a 46-hour power reserve and a durable black leather and yellow wrist strap.
The Happy Sport range features two new pieces: a chic two-tone model and a diamond encrusted high jewellery piece.
Finally, the LUC 1963 chronometer revisits its technical history, combining modern watch features with its traditional pocket-watch movements from 1963.