At Baselworld 2016, Bell & Ross stole the show with its star attraction under the guises of flowing lines and aerodynamic curves. The AeroGT was a concept car designed by Bell & Ross creative director Bruno Belamich. Despite the car didn’t go into production, it did inspire a generation of new Bell & Ross BR 03 AeroGT watches which took cues from the silver concept car that rivals any speed monster that comes out of automobile plants in Italy.

This year, both the concept car and the watch were given a stylistic lift in the form of orange colour. The BR 03-94 AeroGT Orange is true to its name as touches of irresistible zest punctured the calf leather strap with orange perforations and anodised some parts of the BR-CAL 319 automatic calibre, giving it an uplifting sense of youthfulness and sportiness.

Limited to 500 pieces worldwide, the skeleton chronograph has 12-hour, 30-minute and small second sub-dials as well as a date display on its 42mm satin-polished steel dial.