Audemars Piguet Designed in Honor of Motor Racers

Audemars Piguet CEO, François-Henry Bennahmias, and  historian, Michael Friedman, review the successes and challenges that have marked the history of the Royal Oak Offshore collection.

From its launch until today, relive years of conceptual experimentation and daring, and rediscover the limited editions that the brand has designed in honor of motor racers, hip hop stars and icons of cinema.

CELEBRATION OF THE 25 YEARS OF THE ROYAL OAK OFFSHORE

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the collection, Audemars Piguet presents a re-edition inspired by the 1993 model. This creation is accompanied by two new limited editions of the Royal Oak Offshore Tourbillon Chronograph: one in stainless steel, the other in 18-carat pink gold.

The Royal Oak Offshore collection embraces its future through two new series that reimagine the Royal Oak Offshore Tourbillon Chronograph. Their 45 mm box (a first for the Royal Oak Offshore) gives these models a strong robustness. It embodies a movement with an entirely new technical design that embodies Audemars Piguet’s expertise and audacious approach.

FAITHFUL IN SPIRIT OF ORIGIN
At its launch in 1993, the first Royal Oak Offshore, with bold lines and disproportionate, has upset the established order.

Hülya Karahan

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