TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph X Porsche Orange Racing

Technical specifications


  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • Seconds
  • Date
  • Flyback Chronograph


  • Self Winding/Automatic
  • Manufactured
  • Swiss Made


  • Round
  • Stainless steel
  • DLC
  • 44.00mm


  • Sapphire

Water resistance

  • 10.00atm / 100.00m / 330.00ft


  • Deployment Buckle
  • Stainless steel


  • Calfskin
  • Black


  • 2023

Official description


In February 2021, TAG Heuer and Porsche formed one of the strongest partnerships ever seen between a car manufacturer and a watchmaker. After five successful timepieces that have delighted fans of both brands, they are now introducing their sixth creation: the new TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph x Porsche Orange Racing, a model that showcases the enduring passion for racing shared by both brands.

TAG Heuer and Porsche share a rich history, an independent and powerful mindset, and a dedication to design excellence. For around 70 years, their paths have been meeting and intertwining on and off the racetrack. The solid and lasting bond between TAG Heuer and Porsche comes mainly from their joint roots in motorsports, with one of the most obvious common threads undoubtedly being the Carrera name itself. The Carrera Panamericana is a legendary race, reputed to be one of the most dangerous in the world. It inspired both Porsche, which won its first class victory at the Carrera Panamericana race in 1954 and named its most powerful model in its honor, and Jack Heuer, who decided to name his new 1963 chronograph accordingly after hearing about the race’s highly evocative name from the Rodriguez brothers in Sebring in 1962.

The Porsche 911 Carrera and the TAG Heuer Carrera have since each become icons, recently celebrated in Paris on the occasion of the Porsche Carrera RS 2.7’s 50th anniversary.

After already sharing several memorable achievements and the pride of a fruitful partnership, it is only natural that the two partners decided to develop a new special edition of the TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph as the perfect symbol of their racing heritage.