In a remarkably short period, Richard Mille watches have skyrocketed to the pinnacle of the luxury timepiece market, establishing themselves as some of the most exclusive and expensive watches in the world. Expanding its collection using precious materials and state-of-the-art movement technology, the horlogists at Richard Mille are pleased to present the all-new RM 30-01 with a declutchable rotor. Designed using engineering methods from Formula 1 race cars, the comfortable case shape of the RM 30-01 comes available in both titanium and 18k rose gold. A skeletonized dial offers a clear glance at the watch's inner workings in action, showcasing visuals that resemble the rpm gauge or speedometer of a race car.
Under the hood of Richard Mille's newest creation lies a newly developed in-house Caliber RMAR2. The skeletonized automatic-winding movement is responsible for powering the hours, minutes, seconds, oversize date, clutch engagement and power-reserve indicators, function selector and declutchable variable-geometry rotor functions. The transparent sapphire backcase displays another angle of Richard Mille's expert craftsmanship, along with commemorative engravings along the outer case. Completing its look in traditional fashion, Richard Mille fits the two new RM 30-01 models on comfortable black motorsport rubber straps. The all-new Richard Mille RM 30-01 is currently available through authorized dealers starting at $208,000.