If you're going to build a watch to commemorate a partnership with AMG, you've got to build something pretty special and since we're talking about IWC here you know this is going to be one hell of a timepiece. The watchmaker took their sport-focused Ingenieur model and crafted a case made from the hardest ceramic of them all, Boron Carbide.
Built in five stages, this is the first watch in the world to use the high-tech material and is almost as hard as a diamond and is as light as aluminum. The watch also features IWC's in-house 80110-calibre which has an integrated shock-absorption system. The dial is also decorated with hits of yellow, a color inspired by the AMG-GT's "solarbeam" colorway and the screws in the bezel are made of black zirconium oxide. The watch will be limited to 25 pieces and is now available from select IWC retailers.
More info at iwc.com.