P.S. Thanks to Henry for giving me the book on Baselworld as well as other materials from the event, I'll be sure to write about it in a post soon.
Chopard has released two versions of their Grand Prix de Monaco Historique 2016, one with a titanium case (500 pieces, $6,890), the other with a rose gold case (100 pieces, $21,300). Both are racing-inspired, with elements shaped like engine pistons, a gray tachymeter bezel, a screwed caseback engraved with the "Automobile Club de Monaco" logo that is bolted down. Two interchangable straps are included with each watch, one leather, one NATO and each has a 44.5mm case. Both have white dials accented with a gray minute track and subdials, as well as outlined hour markers. Overall, not much else to say besides the fact that it's a beautiful watch.