Celebrating their partnership with Renault Sport Formula One Team and ushering the upcoming Malaysian Grand Prix, world-renowned watchmaker Bell & Ross, together with Cortina Watch launched a Lifestyle Pop-up Store in Suria KLCC which operates until the end of September 2016. Yes, only for one month.

Speaking at the launch, Bell & Ross CEO, Carlos A. Rosillo said, “Renault Sport Formula One Team and Bell & Ross share a common goal of pushing the limits of mechanics in a Race Against Time, and our partnership is symbolic of what can be achieved when precision and speed come together to form a synergy that could only lead to victory.”2016 Bell & Ross Pop-Up Store Launched in Malaysia - AutoBuzz.my

Among the latest collection on display at the Pop-up Store include the BR-X1 Hyperstellar and the BR 01 Burning Skull, the limited edition BR-X1 RS16 Skeleton Chronograph and BR-X1 RS16 Skeleton Chronograph Tourbillion watches which made their debut appearance here. Only 250 pieces of the former and 20 pieces of the latter are available worldwide, and both are inspired by the Renault Sport Formula One Team’s R.S. 16 race car with their trademark black and yellow colour scheme.

2016 Bell & Ross Pop-Up Store Launched in Malaysia - AutoBuzz.my
BR-X1 RS16 Skeleton Chronograph

Being the only one in Malaysia and one of 20 units in the world, the BR-X1 RS16 Skeleton Chronograph Tourbillion is priced at RM691,000 a piece. The BR-X1 RS16 Skeleton Chronograph is no less exclusive, as only 250 units are available worldwide and is priced at RM102,500 each.

A ‘Meet & Greet’ session with Renault Sport Formula One Team’s driver Kevin Magnussen has been scheduled at the Pop-up Store on the 28 September at 5.00pm, and fans can also win attractive prizes apart from an autograph session and a photo opportunity with Magnussen.2016 Bell & Ross Pop-Up Store Launched in Malaysia - AutoBuzz.my

The Bell & Ross Pop-up Store is located at Level 1 of the shopping mall, and if you’re not around until October you can still visit the Bell & Ross boutiques in Pavilion KL, The Gardens KL, and Gurney Plaza Penang.


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