The Autodromo Group B is one of our favorite watches. With a dial patterned after the tachometer on the legendary Lancia 037 rally car, the Group B is a tribute to 1980s motorsport excess. Now there's a new version, the Corsica, with a blue-and-pink colorway that'll go perfectly with your white linen suit and Lamborghini Countach.
Autodromo founder Bradley Price told R&T that these promotional photos were taken in a rare twin-turbo Countach, one of two modified in the early 1980s by Swiss Lamborghini importer Max Bobnar. , now owned by , started life in 1980 as a "low-roof" Countach LP400 S, and was quickly turned into what you see today. It's possibly the ultimate 1980s tuner car.
It's hard to think of a better car to pair this watch with—though a Testarossa or an AMG Mercedes would be good, too.
The watch is powered by a Miyota 9015 automatic movement, residing in a case made of titanium and stainless steel. The bracelet is brushed stainless steel, and the whole thing comes in a handmade aluminum box. It's , with pricing set at $975. Escort radar detector not included.