Edouard Heuer made history in 1887 with the oscillating pinion. This collection was named after the Carrera Panamericana, a road race legend in 1963 by Jack Heuer. He imagined an iconic design with a wide-open, easy-to-read dial and a shock-resistant and waterproof case tough enough for even the most intense road wear. A mythical series was born.
In 2010, the oscillating pinion was used, in a Carrera case, to create the Calibre 1887, the in-house calibre chronograph. 50 years after its dramatic arrival in the watchmaking scene, the timeless Carrera remains the standard-bearer of TAG Heuer’s exceptional watchmaking pedigree and motor racing heritage. This year, the brand proudly celebrates the Carrera’s 50th anniversary with the launch of ground breaking new timepieces to pay tribute to five decades of inspired design and revolutionary technology.
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