TAG Heuer has recently released the “Green Dial Limited Edition” watch as a celebration of the Historic Monaco Grand Prix. The official partner and timekeeper of the Historic Monaco Grand Prix since last year presented the new limited series, distinguished by an eye-catching green dial, for the 2021 edition of the iconic race.
The 12th edition of the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique was held on the weekend of April 23 to 25 with vintage cars from the years 1930 to 1970 racing through the streets of the Principality.
Along for the ride.
The new #TAGHeuerMonaco Green Dial is ready to take a new color for a spin with its sunray-brushed dial in Racing Green.
— TAG Heuer (@TAGHeuer) April 23, 2021
Last year’s TAG Heuer watch featured the colour red, representing the Principality. This year’s new TAG Heuer Monaco “Green Dial” features the colour of English racing cars, the famous British Racing Green (a very trendy colour this year for time pieces).
The crown jewel of the Monaco collection.
As the Official Sponsor and Timekeeper of this year’s Grand Prix de Monaco Historique, we’re celebrating the deep ties TAG Heuer has to the racing world with the new #TAGHeuerMonaco Green Dial.
— TAG Heuer (@TAGHeuer) April 25, 2021
Only 500 watches available
The watch’s dial, a green gradient, is accented with white to highlight the display of the timer. The rhodium-plated hour and minute hands are coated with luminescent material ensuring perfect legibility in the dark. Set in a square case with 39 mm sides, waterproof to 100 metres, in stainless steel, the watch has a black alligator leather strap which closes with a steel folding clasp. The Monaco Green Dial is a limited edition of 500 watches. The Monaco is powered by the Heuer 02 automatic caliber, which is modern, efficient, reliable and precise. It offers an 80-hour power reserve.
Nothing beats the classics.
Crafted for professional drivers and sports car enthusiasts alike, the #TAGHeuerCarrera collection epitomizes the sporting spirit of the Maison, with a rich heritage tracing back to the racetrack in 1963.
— TAG Heuer (@TAGHeuer) April 27, 2021
With a price tag of €6,300, the TAG Heuer Monaco Green Dial, which pays tribute to the Historic Monaco Grand Prix and more generally to motor racing with its British Racing Green colour of English racing cars, doesn’t come cheap. The new and exclusive colour for Monaco is bound to make it a prized item for any time piece collector or Grand Prix enthusiast.