The famed Swiss watchmaker has partnered with Airspeeder, a company looking to bring electric flying car racing to life.
IWC has been pushing the limits of horology and micro-engineering since the late 19th century. It’s no wonder, then, that the Shaffhausen-based firm would partner with some of the world’s leading companies dedicated to pushing the technological and performance-based envelopes.
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