Within its workshops located in Crewe, England, Bentley hand assembles its largest engine, the 6.75 litre version that powers, the luxurious Arnage limousines. In homage to this know-how that is unique in the world, Breitling has created a chronograph named Bentley 6.75, a timepiece symbolising the perfect alliance between tradition and performance, as does the engine after which it is named. In addition to the chronograph mechanism, the Bentley 6.75 is equipped with a “large aperture” calendar showing the date in a highly readable manner through two separate tens and units indicators. Assembly of this sophisticated mechanism is governed by an extreme concern for reliability and precision, as is confirmed by the much-coveted COSC chronometer certification. Whether in the case design or the dial workmanship, technical accomplishments go hand in hand with superlative aesthetic refinement. The bezel is adorned with the elegant knurled motif characteristic of most Breitling for Bentley models. The Bentley 6.75 Midnight Carbon has a Blacksteel case and rubber strap.