Since 1955 the name "Ingenieur" is synonymous with uncompromising engineering, technical innovation and maximum performance. IWC continues to write the success story that has lasted for over 60 years by presenting three special editions.

The Ingenieur Chronograph Edition "74th Members' Meeting at Goodwood", the Ingenieur Chronograph Edition "Rudolf Caracciola" and Ingenieur Chronograph Edition "W 125".

The first (ref. IW380703) was built in a line of only 74 copies on the occasion of the 74th Goodwood Members' Meeting, the other two limited to 750 copies. All three models have the new IWC caliber 69370 mounted and convey the charm of the great classic cars.

"With the first representative of the 69000 caliber family - explains Thomas Gäumann, responsible for the development of the movement – we amplified our expertise in movement manufacturing and once again set new standards in terms of quality, robustness and reliability." The chronograph movement with a column wheel, consists of over 200 individual components, has a diameter of 30 mm and is 7.9 mm thick. The two-way charging system ratchets accumulates with 1123 rotations a power reserve of 46 hours. The rocker arm with a frequency of 4 Hertz guarantees a high driving precision. The movement has 33 jewels, decorated with Côtes de Genève and perlage.

"The characteristic vintage style of the new models - emphasizes IWC CEO Georges Kern - poses surprising accents in design and brings the Ingenieur in the golden age of the great car racers." The Ingenieur Chronograph Edition "74th Members' Meeting at Goodwood" is distinguished by its red gold case with a diameter of 42 mm. Understated and elegant with a modern look that differentiates it from purely technical speakers, previously used to the family of the Ingenieur and signed by Gérald Genta. The black dial with two totalizers, small seconds and tachymeter scale on the flange, is inspired by the dashboard of racing cars of the past. Even the strap in brown calf leather is reminiscent of the sophisticated interior of vintage automobiles.

The Ingenieur Chronograph Edition "Rudolf Caracciola" (ref. IW380702) is dedicated to the driver who in the thirties reached the European automobile vertices and three times won a Grand Prix. The stainless-steel case, the rhodium-plated hands and ardoise dial give the watch a technical, but elegant nature. The dial design is inspired by the on-board instrumentation of vintage race cars.
The Ingenieur Chronograph Edition "W 125" (ref. IW380701) is dedicated instead to Silberpfeil Mercedes-Benz W 125, the race car designed by Rudolf Uhlenhaut that at the end of the thirties dominated the competition. The titanium case, the silver-plated dial, the black indexes and the strap in black calfskin remind the wearer of the historic W 125.

Bedetti, official IWC licensee, is waiting for you in their store in Piazza San Silvestro to show you all the novelties of the Schaffhausen brand.