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Tag Heuer Reveals Special Edition Carrera "NISMO" Watch

Tag Heuer Reveals Special Edition Carrera "NISMO" Watch

To commemorate Nissan’s return to top-flight racing at the 2015 24 Hours of Le Mans, watchmaker Tag Heuer has released a new timepiece called the Carrera “NISMO” special edition, and while it might not be powered by a 1,250-horsepower hybrid drivetrain like the GT-R LM Nismo race car, it is a pretty slick watch. The watch will be worn during the race by the entire Nissan P1 driver lineup, as well as actor-turned-race-car-driver Patrick Dempsey and P2 drivers Ho-Pin Tung and Karun Chandhock.

The watch itself is similar to other Tag Heuer Carrera watches. It has a 43 mm titanium face in black that’s been micro-blasted with titanium carbide. I’m not exactly sure what that does but it sounds pretty cool. Grey and red stripes run vertically down the left side of the face, and as you know, stripes make everything faster. A scratch-proof ceramic bezel surrounds the face and houses a sapphire crystal. The back has a Nismo decal, and a matte-black alligator strap with red accents keeps it all attached to your wrist.

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Nissan Nismo Concept Watch

Nissan Nismo Concept Watch

Unlike most of the watches you have seen featured here at TopSpeed, this new Nismo watch was not inspired by a car, but it was specially developed to for drivers of Nissan Nismo cars. Even though it is just a concept for now, the new watch will connect the driver to his car, and will provide drivers with real-time biometric data.

Thanks to the new watch, the driver will have real data on the car’s average speed and fuel consumption readings, and performance data while on track.

When put into production, the watch will be offered in black, white or the flagship black and red featured on the concept. The watch’s futuristic design was inspired by the Nismo ring, and it features a simple user interface that you can control by two buttons. To make life easier, it is secured onto the driver’s wrist via a simple snap-fit mechanism.

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