The new model sports a matte black brushed ceramic case, alongside a ceramic bracelet to match. According to AP, the case required over 600 grueling hours of research to develop, which is understandable given that the new ceramic case is virtually impossible to scratch and resistant to age. As far as technical details go, the new watch will sport the Royal Oak Perpetual Calender’s typical 5134.

The Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar in matte black brushed ceramic will launch later this year for a retail price of $85,000 USD.