The result of years of development, the new line of Code 11.59 watches is Audemars Piguet's latest future-looking collection. Each of the six models is built around an entirely new 41mm case, with a thin round bezel to which the lugs are attached, an octagonal midsection with polished and brushed finishes, and a circular caseback, with just a sliver of space between it and the lugs. The crystal is curved on two radiuses to keep the entirety of the face visible, whether it's on a standard time-and-date or chronograph model, a flying tourbillon or Supersonnerie variant, or the perpetual calendar. The automatic time-and-date, self-winding flyback chronograph, and automatic flying tourbillon also receive all-new in-house movements. The collection is limited to just 2,000 total examples for 2019 but could come to represent as much as 20% of the company's output over time.