Richard Mille and McLaren show the future
Maximize performance. Both Richard Mille and automotive giant McLaren clearly embraced this concept when designing and building their luxury timepieces and vehicles, respectively. These brands have meticulous attention to detail and push the limits of technology with a passion for perfection.Richard Mille RM 11-03 Gold RM 011 AUTOMATIC FLYBACK
Richard Mille signed a 1-year partnership with McLaren F1 Teams in 2016. This collaboration has evolved, with the fine watchmaker continuing to work more concretely with McLaren Automotive.
This partnership, centered on perfection and luxury, makes a lot of sense. These pioneering companies are known for their innovative designs, precision engineering and use of new materials. Their combination of knowledge, expertise and passion pushes the boundaries to deliver better products for their customers.
McLaren was the first manufacturer to introduce a full carbon fiber monocoque to Formula 1 in 1981, revolutionizing the sport. It's a lightweight but strong high-tech material that reduces the weight of the car without compromising performance. The McLaren F1 road car debuted in 1993 with a carbon-fibre chassis - and the company hasn't built a car without it since.
Avid race car enthusiast Richard Miller apparently took notice. His brand uses the same technical solution on its baseplate, the carbon nanofiber structure, to bring this technology to the world of watchmaking.perfect replica watches
The fine watchmaker has always strived to apply techniques and materials found in the most innovative fields, such as Formula 1 car production, to his own. Their ethos is to create extreme timepieces without compromise and gimmicks.
Rob Melville, chief designer at McLaren Automotive, said: “There are many similarities in the way we approach things, such as reducing weight, reducing vibration shock and drag. Richard Mille, like us, is really starting to bring performance to the fore. to the extreme.
Both the McLaren Group and Richard Mille brands invest heavily in research and development to continually push the limits of their respective industries. Function absolutely replaces form. Each component used in their products has a very specific purpose and meets the highest standards of safety and precision.
The stunning beauty of their many timepieces and supercar and sports car collections is the product of thoughtful and methodical design.MB&F HOROLOGICAL MACHINE HM10 DARK BULLDOG
McLaren Automotive incorporates a number of Formula 1 technologies and developments into its racing and touring vehicles. In 2017, they launched models including the second-generation Super Series, the 570S Spider and the McLaren Senna.
A year later, they introduced us to the 600LT and the incredible McLaren Speedtail, their first Hyper-GT. It's the most aerodynamically efficient car ever made, and McLaren's fastest car to date.
2017 also saw the first watch from this prestigious partnership, the RM 50-03, the lightest mechanical chronograph ever produced. Only 75 were produced. In collaboration with the University of Manchester, they have introduced a new material, Graph TPT®, to the watchmaking world, which contains the revolutionary substance graphene.
Graphene was first isolated by Professor Andre Heim from the School of Physics and Astronomy, a discovery that led to the prestigious 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics.Jacob & Co. ASTRONOMIA TOURBILLON GALAXY
The second timepiece they produced together was the RM 11-03 Automatic Flyback Chronograph McLaren, unveiled at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show. The collection is limited to 500 pieces worldwide.
The collaboration between Richard Mille and the McLaren Group seems natural and has been thriving. They are both passionate about developing products that continue to redefine the future of the watch and automotive industry.
Mike Flewitt, CEO of McLaren Automotive, put it perfectly: "These items are things you choose because it's exciting, it goes beyond logic."best replica watches