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A new star is born from the audacious alliance of two geniuses in their respective fields. Sharing similar values of high-tech innovation and high-powered precision, Roger Dubuis and Lamborghini Squadra Corse put their love of mechanical performance at the forefront of the watchmaker’s Excalibur Aventador S.

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Housed in a 45mm multi-layered carbon case with titanium container, the openworked timepiece reveals its mechanical treasure thanks to a vibrant skeletonized dial.

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The 312-component hand-wound RD103SQ caliber showcases its double inclined sprung balances to perfection within a racing-inspired architecture filled with a riveting ensemble of finely finished elements. The manufacture’s flair and imagination amazes throughout a design that recalls the high-performance longitudinal composition of Lamborghini engines.

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Atop the multi-dimensional marvel, the rugged timepiece indicates the hours and minutes via two 18K-gold hands enhanced with luminous tips, the jumping seconds by way of a slender and colorful stem, and the power reserve through an opening in the “engine” between 1 and 2 o’clock.

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An 88-piece limited edition in multi-layered carbon enlivens its design with the Lamborghini “Giallo Orion ” yellow color palette.

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In addition, an exclusive 8-piece limited-edition variant bearing an “Arancio Argos ” orange code of design houses its engine in a world-premiere case composed of cutting-edge C-SMC carbon.

The Excalibur Aventador S operates at a frequency of 2 x 4Hz, or 2 x 28,800vph, utilizing a differential to link its 90-degree double sprung balances for an extraordinary level of precision and resistance to the effects of gravity on the movement.