On the 100th anniversary of their American 1921 watch, Vacheron Constantin introduces new versions of the iconic driver’s timepiece. It celebrates the roaring twenties with a vintage aesthetic created by a cushion case and a signature offset time display. The dial and crown are both twisted 45-degrees counter-clockwise between 1 and 2 o’clock, making it easier to read while driving and appealing to car enthusiasts. Powered by an in-house, manual-winding Calibre 4400 AS movement, the watch comes in three variations that include two white gold models with a 40 mm or 36.5 mm case and calf leather straps crafted in Milan by Serapian. Limited to just 100 individually numbered pieces, the third option is a 40 mm case sculpted in 950 platinum, complemented by a hand-stitched Mississippi alligator strap.