At Baselworld 2016, Hublot unveiled the new MP-07 42 Days Power Reserve watch, akin to the younger brother of the more expensive MP-05 La Ferrari, which originally debuted in 2013. The MP-07 features verticalized movement using nine series-linked barrels (a round convex lens on the side allows you to see the tourbillon at work), and is designed to be easily read while driving your car. The minutes and hours are at the bottom left, the seconds are on the upper right, and the power reserve is at the bottom right. The watch has a remarkable 42-day power reserve, and winding the watch (and setting it) will require an electric-powered winding drill. Retail for the Hublot MP-07 42 Days Power Reserve is $276,000, and $920,000 with diamonds.