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Porsche Design has just launched its latest timepiece that will be available exclusively to buyers of the new 911 GT3.

Fittingly dubbed the Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT3, it features a titanium case and is available in two versions. The sporty version has a dial color ring finished in Shark Blue while a purist version has a color ring in black. Just like the gauges of the car, the hands and numbers on the dial are finished in a combination of white and yellow over a black background.

The company has also made the chronograph’s strap out of the same leather it uses in its cars and complete with GT3 debossing and contrasting stitching.

Read More: 2022 Porsche 911 GT3 – Revs Up To 9k, Laps ‘Ring In Under 7 Min, And Still Has Number Plates

The movement is the Porsche Design caliber WERK 01.200 with a flyback function that allows for resetting and restarting the chronograph with the push of a button. Powering the movement is a custom winding rotor similar in design to the wheels of the 911 GT3 and available in six colors.

Porsche Design is initially offering the Chronograph 911 GT3 in Germany, the United Kingdom, and the U.S. Shoppers can customize the timepiece through a dedicated configurator. Key options include two color choices for the case (natural titanium or black-coated titanium) and a bezel featuring a tachometer or a classic minute scale, while the dial ring can also be customized within the range of colors available for the car.

Pricing for the watch starts at $8,500 and while that’s a lot for most people, we’re sure anyone who can afford to buy the brand new 2021 911 GT3 can also afford the watch. Customers can expect to receive their watch eight to 12 weeks after ordering.

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Mail trucks don’t get a lot of love as they’re no frill vehicles with a singular purpose.

However, that’s not the case with this 1971 Jeep DJ which was transformed into a one-of-a-kind hot rod for SEMA.

As part of the makeover, the original U.S. Postal Service Jeep had its top chopped and outfitted with a cloth sunroof. The model also has a ‘slammed’ appearance thanks to a custom chassis with a four-corner air suspension. The look is further enhanced by custom Budnik wheels that are backed up by a Wilwood braking system with red calipers.

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While the model has been extensively modified, it’s still instantly recognizable as the original grille and sliding doors have been retained. They joined by a wide swinging rear door with embossed Jeep lettering.

Inside, there are custom red leather seats and a matching center console. The model also has a custom dashboard, modern instrumentation and an insane Kicker audio system with massive subwoofers.

Last but not least, there’s a chrome steering column with a billet steering wheel. They’re located on the right side, in keeping with the vehicle’s mail carrier roots.

One thing that certainly isn’t original is the 6.3-liter Chevy V8 that features two four-barrel carburetors. There’s no word on how much power the engine produces, but it’s connected to a Turbo 400 three-speed automatic transmission.

The mail truck will be auctioned by Barrett-Jackson next month and the vehicle is being sold without reserve.

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Netflix has dropped an official trailer for its Formula 1 documentary series that reveals the show’s third season will be released on March 19, 2021.

The short trailer doesn’t reveal much else new, but it should be enough to get you hyped for the new season of Formula 1: Drive to Survive, if you’re an F1 fan.

We learned earlier this year that despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic Netflix’s crews were allowed to film the third season of the show last year. Although there may be some minor accommodations to the virus, a video from F1 pundit Will Buxton released late last month suggested that they would only be noticed by the most hardcore of fans.

Since much of F1 action happens outdoors anyway, distancing was made a bit easier. With extended boom mics and quality lenses, the show should look and feel largely the same.

The trailer released today also reveals that closeup shots of the drivers should continue to give the audience the impression of intimacy that has made the show such a success.

Read More: F1 Drive To Survive Is Coming Back And Here’s How They Filmed It During The Pandemic

The season is dropping just a few days after the 2021 season’s first tests in Barcelona. Set to take place between March 12-14, the pre-season test will be the first time we get to see each team’s new car in action.

"that's so cool"

"wow"

pretty much sums up our reaction as well, what was yours? 👇 pic.twitter.com/h77a2w7qTo

— Scuderia AlphaTauri (@AlphaTauriF1) February 19, 2021

We will get to see each car before then, though, through the teams’ official presentations. McLaren and Alpha Tauri (Red Bull’s second team) have already revealed their 2021 entrants; the rest plan to unveil their cars between now and March 10, although Haas and Red Bull have not announced their reveal dates yet.

The 2021 Formula 1 season is set to kick off with the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 28.