Â Every day is a competition day for Roger Dubuis, and like Lamborghini Squadra Corse, the Maison is committed to cutting-edge performance, groundbreaking technology and super-sleek aesthetics, all fuelled by a high-impact R&D vision.
Lamborghiniâ€™s Squadra Corse motorsport department and Manufacture Roger Dubuis have joined forces once more.Â
Inspired by Lamborghini Squadra Corse’s HuracÃ¡n Performante, the watchmakers have developed a timepiece brimming with racing design codes. One of the most striking features of the aggressive Excalibur HuracÃ¡n Performante timepiece is its brand-new â€˜engineâ€™: the RD630 movement with its 12Â° inclined balance wheel representing the calibre signature associated with Lamborghini. Taking strong visual cues from the shapes on which the supercar is based, this timepiece notably gives pride of place to the hexagon. A versatile geometrical figure used to construct the volume of the supercar, it appears throughout the timepiece in various guises and is notably reproduced to symbolize strut bars. The stand-out half hexagon appearing on the louvered air intakes of the Lamborghini HuracÃ¡n Performante are repeated as miniature versions visible through the openwork dial of the Excalibur HuracÃ¡n Performante timepiece.
Other special decoration includes a new crown inspired by racing nuts on supercar wheels, a twin-barrel â€˜energy tankâ€™ and a multi-material â€˜spoilerâ€™, used for the decorative openworked bridges. Viewed from the back, even the complete circular weight of the automatic movement emulates the design of the wheel rims of Lamborghiniâ€™s HuracÃ¡n family.
The Excalibur HuracÃ¡n Performante timepiece sports distinctive â€œTechnical Titan Greyâ€ livery complete with signature bright yellow accents. The lining of the genuine Alcantara strap of the Excalibur HuracÃ¡n Performante watch crosses the finish line with a rubber inlay featuring the Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tyre pattern design.