Lange presented a unique LANGE 1 TIME ZONE watch to the winners of the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este antique car race on the shores of Lake Como. The prize for this antique car race is not just a trophy. Earlier, Canadian competitor David Cohen received a precious prize from Wilhelm Schmid, CEO of Saxony watch brand Lange-a unique LANGE 1 TIME ZONE watch! The winning entry was an Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 GS sixth-generation coupe produced in 1993 with a Figoni case. The Concorso d’Eleganza antique car show is a special event dedicated to the classic car. At the celebration dinner held at the Villa d’Este Hotel, the venue of the car show, President Wilhelm Schmid presented the watch to the winners. In his congratulatory message, he explained that LANGE 1 TIME ZONE was chosen to produce the Concorso special edition watch because the invention of the multi-time zone watch can express the impact of mobility on the development of the timepiece. This unique dual-time zone masterpiece is more symbolic of taste travel the art of. In order to pay tribute to the venue of the contest, the central European time position on its city circle is particularly represented by Como. In addition, the watch is equipped with a dust-proof engraved by hand.
Lange Chief Executive Wilhelm Schmid (middle) presents the unique LANGE 1 TIME ZONE to the winners David Cohen and Adele Cohen.
The Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 GS sixth-generation coupe produced in 1993 won a lot of judges and visitors.
This year is Lange’s first sponsorship of the antique car event, which was founded in 1929, and contributed to this sponsorship. It is the same pursuit of aesthetics and design for antique car collectors and high-end mechanical watch connoisseurs. The exhibition is open to the public on Sunday, and people’s enthusiasm has not diminished in the hot weather, attracting more than 6,000 publics.

LANGE 1 TIME ZON Concorso Special Edition
2012 Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este antique car show-a beautiful event under a beautiful scenery.
¬†Dresden watchmaker Ferdinando. Adolf. Lange founded the watchmaking factory in 1845, which not only carried out the long history of Lange, but also laid the foundation for Saxony’s fine watch industry. The quality of pocket watches made by him has attracted worldwide collectors. Today, Lange is limited to producing thousands of gold or platinum watches each year. These timepieces are equipped with movements developed and manufactured by the watch factory, and are finely modified and assembled by hand. In just 20 years, Lange has developed more than 40 watch factory movements, occupying an important seat in the world’s best watch brand field. The brand has produced countless outstanding timepieces, including the first LANGE 1 watch with mass production and a large calendar display, and the LANGE ZEITWERK watch with a clear and accurate jumping digital display, all of which are traditional brand Lange Classic.