Each year the Geneva-based brand designs a new collection in honour of the event which sees classic cars parade through Italy. This year the company has come up with a sporty women's watch called Racing in Pink – available in both steel and diamond set bezel.
Limited to 1,000 pieces for the steel version and 250 for the diamond, each watch boasts a bold pink steel-caged dial and a pink tyre-thread motif strap featuring the 1960s Dunlop Racing tyre-tread motif.
The timepiece houses a mechanical self-winding movement visible through the open case-back and beating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour.
The watch was recently unveiled at the BaselWorld watch and jewellery show in Switzerland.
Chopard has been making watches since 1860.