For Baselworld 2014, Tagheuer updated its line-up and released a new version of the Monaco V4 Tourbillon. For those who remain uninitiated, The Monaco is a tourbillon mechanical watch that you uses belts instead of gears. The first series in this range was sold in gold, platinum and titanium and now in black titanium coating. Tag hopes that this release would help them reach their milestone of the 500th Monaco V4 sold by the end of the year which would also mark the 10th anniversary for this watch. Why is this significant, you ask? Because this remains the most expensive wristwatch in Tag’s entire line-up. It’s currently available for approximately 169,000 USD.
Other updates included new colors and skus for the Carrera series of wristwatches and the Tag Meridiist phone. For the phone, Tagheuer has launched a version called the Meridiist Infinite which is able to maintain its charge level on standby mode by using natural or artificial light source to charge itself.