Within its workshops located in Crewe, England, Bentley hand assembles its largest engine, the 6.75 litre version that powers the luxurious Mulsanne limousines. In tribute to this know-how that is unique in the world, Breitling has created a timepiece beautifully mingling tradition with innovation – like the mechanical masterpiece after which it is named. The Bentley 6.75 chronograph is distinguished by its “large aperture calendar” showing the date in an extremely readable manner through two separate tens and units indicators. Its sophisticated engine is assembled in the Breitling Chronométrie workshops with the same concern for precision and performance displayed by the British carmaker – as confirmed by its highly coveted chronometer certification granted by the COSC. The broad bezel is adorned with an elegant raised knurled pattern reminiscent of Bentley control buttons. The caseback springs its own surprise with a stamped five-spoke motif reflecting the distinctive design of the wheel rims on some of the finest limousines.