Chopard Launches 2012 Mile Miglia Gmt Chronograph Watch

Chopard launched two Mile Miglia GMT chronograph watches in the 2012 Mile Miglia Antique Car Competition. The new watches are very suitable for racing, and the large scale circle is clear and easy to read. The self-winding movement provides a very useful dual time zone function. This watch has two limited editions, with a limited edition of 2012 in stainless steel and 250 in rose gold.
    From May 16th to 19th, Chopard sponsored the Mile Miglia Antique Car Competition and launched two new Mile Miglia GMT chronograph watches. Chopard sponsored the event in 1988 and launched the MileMiglia watch in the same year.
    The idea to develop a Mille Miglia chronograph was proposed by Karl-Friedrich Scheufele, co-president of Chopard, a classic racing enthusiast. The design of the watch must be dynamic, and the movement needs to ensure accurate time movement during the game. In 1988, this idea had taken shape and laid the foundation for the birth of Chopard’s most iconic watch collection.
   The new Mille Miglia GMT 2012 chronograph is perfect for competitions, and its large scale circle is easy to read. The self-winding movement provides a very useful dual time zone function. This watch has two limited editions, with a limited edition of 2012 in stainless steel and 250 in rose gold.
   The 42.4 mm diameter watch is fitted with a polished crown protector and a natural rubber strap with 1960s Dunlop racing tire patterns. The case is decorated with the symbolic 1000 Miglia arrow logo and a limited edition engraving.