Tag Heuer has recently unveiled its latest design of the ever classic Monaco with the Calibre 11 Chronograph.
The Monaco was originally designed in 1969 and was one of the world’s first chronographs. At the time, the watch was linked to race car driving and it became more famous when Steve McQueen wore the Monaco in Le Mans in 1971.
According to Haute Living, the massive popularity of the Monaco means that Tag Heuer releases new editions every few years. This latest, the Calibre 11 is the closest to the original that has been released to date and features the iconic blue watch face with red and white accent colors reminiscent of the racing scene. The watch, which includes a black calfskin strap, retails for $5,900.