The Oris Air Racing Edition IV, Oris' newest offering, is the 6th version of the watch introduced to celebrate air races. In particular, the Reno Air Races, which take place in Nevada every year. The watches are designed with legibility in mind to ensure that pilots can read the watch quickly. I can't imagine many actual pilots wear mechanical/automatic/analog watches anymore, especially with the influx of cheaper, more accurate quartz watches which have digital or analog/digital displays. Considering that a digital display is more quickly read and that some of these watches even automatically adjust for changing time zones, I'm sure most pilots would prefer a quartz watch over a mechanical one. The Oris Racing Edition VI has a 45mm steel case, which is coated in gunmetal PVD. The color scheme is simple. Limited to white, black, and yellow. The case back is engraved with "an outline of Don Vito’s Scarlet Screamer flying past a Reno pylon." The case back is also engraved with a serial number: XXXX/1000. It will retail for 1,950 CHF (~$2,000 USD).