The new Spyder 3200 and 3300 lines are two special variants of the brand’s “cult” model from the Tonino Lamborghini watches collection: the Spyder.
Developed in 2008 by the Centro Stile Tonino Lamborghini, the Spyder model was created as a homage to the shield that encloses the famous “Miura raging bull” in the brand’s logo; the shield was the inspiration behind the design of its case, its bezel and other details recurrent in all the Spyder models.
The case and bezel of the two new versions was also inspired by the latter shield with added inserts in carbon fiber, a material largely used in the luxury sports car sector.
The Spyder 12H is a very special alternative of the series: it is a quartz chronograph with both a dial and case in the shape of the brand’s armor, but with a more slender touch this time, and with its buttons and crown at 12 o’clock.
- Spyder 12H by Lamborghini
Its design clearly recalls thus of high-precision chronometers used in the car races.
Again, the shield inevitably harks back to a history of speed, strength, and reliability.
No doubt that these values and qualities should make a few watch aficionados wish to wear the new pieces around their wrist in order to take part in the Lamborghini myth.
Source: Tonino Lamborghini