TAG Heuer's Monaco V4 is finally coming to market, five years after it's much lauded introduction as a concept watch. According to Jean-Christophe Babin, President and CEO of TAG Heuer, the watch took this long to perfect because of it's unusually complicated movement, which includes a drive-belt transmission that draws its inspiration from an automotive engine. Only 150 of the platinum timepieces will be made and they will come at a pretty penny - $80,000 US.
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