Stay on top of all watchmaking news ! OK

This search is sponsored by Bulgari

Search in :
LVMH Watch Week
TAG Heuer - LVMH Watch Week

TAG Heuer LVMH Watch Week

From vintage to high-tech, discover what is cooking at TAG Heuer for LVMH Watch Week

LVMH Watch Week does not disappoint when it comes to TAG Heuer’s 2023 offering, with timepieces from the Aquaracer, Carrera, Connected, and Monza lines. The WorldTempus team visited the brand in their offices just before the holidays to get an Avant-première of some of the upcoming creations for 2023. Now that the embargo has broken, here is a little selection of some of the pieces that stood out. 

TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph 60th Anniversary Edition

It is going to be a year of celebrations for the TAG Heuer Carrera line this year as the model celebrates its 60th anniversary. Kicking off the celebrations is a new re-edition of the Ref. 2447 SN. The original version from 1962 is highly sought after by collectors and this new model looks to be equally successful. With its 39 mm stainless steel case with sapphire crystal glass box, it is equipped with a “panda” dial made up of a silver sunray brushed background and black sub dials. Limited to 600 pieces, the timepiece is powered by the Calibre Heuer 02 in-house automatic chronograph movement, and apart from a couple of details which you can discover in more detail below, it remains practically identical to the original. 

LVMH Watch Week

Carrera Chronograph 60th Anniversary Edition © TAG Heuer

TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 200 Solargraph

The TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 200 Solargraph was first released last year during the Watches and Wonders fair in Geneva. Following on from the success of this timepiece that debuted the brand’s first solar-powered movement (two minutes of sunshine = 20 hours of autonomy and once fully charged, it can run for six months in the dark). The dial is partly translucent, allowing the sunlight to charge the Calibre TH50-00 movement. This 2023 version now comes in a titanium case with a matching bracelet and turquoise blue details on the dial. 

LVMH Watch Week

Aquaracer Professional 200 Solargraph © TAG Heuer

TAG Heuer Monza Flyback Chronometer

Another collector favourite is the TAG Heuer Monza, which returns this year with a new motorsports-inspired design that is bolder than ever. The first thing that you notice about this new 2023 model is its 42 mm case crafted from an ultra-lightweight and highly resistant carbon that gives this new timepiece an extremely sporty look. The next thing that catches your attention is the black dial featuring two sub dials in translucent smoked blue sapphire crystal and bright blue and red details. The open-worked dial reveals the COSC-certified Caliber Heuer 02 in-house flyback chronograph beneath, enhancing the high-tech aesthetic even further. 

LVMH Watch Week

Monza Flyback Chronometer © TAG Heuer

TAG Heuer Connected Calibre E4 42 mm Golf Edition

Since its launch in 2018, TAG Heuer’s Connected Golf Edition has been hugely successful with golfers across the globe and this new E4 edition takes the game on the wrist even further. It is now connected to over 40,000 golf courses around the world and is slightly smaller at 42 mm and a lot lighter, thanks to a titanium case. The latest technology now allows golfers to track their game and their score without having to touch the watch. All the shots are tracked from the tee to the green. You also only have to glance at the watch to know the distance for the next shot and receive a club recommendation about which club to use. The new slogan for this model is “No distractions, just golf!” and this just about sums up how far this golfing technology has come. 

LVMH Watch Week

Connected Calibre E4 42 mm Golf Edition © TAG Heuer

For other new connected models, stay tuned to WorldTempus this week for all the new releases during LVMH Watch Week. 


Recommended reading

The brand

Over 150 years of watchmaking savoir-faire and technical innovation have made TAG Heuer a global reference in avant-garde sports watches. As it tracked the rise of sports demanding increasingly precise timekeeping, TAG Heuer continually developed its unique capabilities through a long-term vision of what watchmaking is today, and what it will look like tomorrow.

Find out more >

All the news >

Contact brand >

All the watches >