Created to celebrate the company's fifth anniversary, the Ressence Type 1 V Genesis Watch is meant to evoke the place where it all started: prototypes. Like other Type 1s, it uses a series of rotating discs to indicate seconds, minutes, hours, and days, and features no crown, instead letting you set the watch by turning the back. But this particular model arrives in a somewhat unfinished state, with a titanium case still showing milling marks, a raw sandblasted dial, numerals and markers that lack the normal SuperLuminova treatment and thus offer greater depth, and an untreated leather strap that will develop its own look over time. Limited to just five pieces.
The DB series dates all the way back to the '50s. The Aston Martin DB9 GT celebrates this rich tradition by taking the already solid DB9 and pushing it to new heights. Powered by an all-alloy, 6.0L V12, it produces 540 hp, and routes the power to the ten-spoke, 20-inch alloy wheels via a six-speed Touchtronic II transmission, allowing it to move from 0-62 in 4.5 seconds, and hit a top speed of 183 mph. Other unique features include a touchscreen infotainment system borrowed from the Vanquish, a black splitter and diffuser, and GT-specific headlight and tail light treatments.