Bugatti Is Now Making Luxury Smartwatches After Luxury Supercars

Bugatti collaborates with wearables manufacturer VIITA to produce premium smartwatches.

From the best in cars to the best in smartwatches, Bugatti has traveled quite a lot of distance, the company would develop a total of three new smartwatches, which in the first look appears to be as classy as the brands’ high-performance automobiles.

Each Bugatti watch would be made up of more than 1,000 tiny parts put together. A total of 3 models of premium watches would be made, including Bugatti Ceramique Edition One Pur Sport, the Bugatti Ceramique Edition One Le Noire, and the Bugatti Ceramique Edition One Divo, each of which would be made of scratch-resistant ceramic and high strength titanium.

The smartwatch with high-end Bugatti looks also features the ability to track for up to 90 different sports. Its onboard GPS aids the watch in tracking lap times and acceleration of the vehicle if you happen to drive while wearing one.

Moreover, the high-end luxury Bugatti watches also monitors blood oxygen levels, your stress, and your sleep. The stress calculation would surely attract more clients for the Bugatti watch. Given the kind of stress levels are built up around for everyone mainly because of the isolated lifestyle.

The Bugatti watches are designed so that they offer as a status symbol gadget, and there is not much to expect in terms of its software and supported apps. The watches would run on an operating system developed by Bugatti and VIITA in collaboration. The Bugatti wearables could be paired with all phones and would connect with both, iOS and Android, however, these watches won’t support Google Fit or Apple Health.

“The Bugatti smartwatch line offers utmost luxury, bespoke software and features embedded in highest quality materials,” says Stephan Winkelmann, President of Bugatti Automobiles, and the range is certainly one of the better-looking smartwatches of 2021.

All of the three models have a 390 x 390-pixel, LED touchscreen, and pertaining to its battery, makers are promising that the watches would be good for straight 14 days of use at a single charge.

Bugatti is offering five years of warranty for its timepieces, and the price tag is a bit on the higher side, something one should expect from a Bugatti-made product. The pricing starts at US$1,095 and the deliveries would be made in October 2021.

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