So you've just laid down around NZ$2.5 million for the Ferrari LaFerrari and are looking for the ultimate supercar accessory.
Luxury Swiss watchmaker Hublot appear to have solved your search with the MP-05 LaFerrari tribute watch created "entirely in parallel with the car" and "alongside the Ferrari teams."
Hublot are yet to reveal the price, but with only 50 to be made, it's probably a case of "if you have to ask then you can't afford it".
The remarkable looking timepiece looks seems to resemble a cutaway display model of some gadget other than a watch, but there is an amazing amount of gadgetry squeezed into the casing.
The "LaFerrari tribute" is actually manually-wound but, according to Hublot, it has a world-record 50-day power reserve which means you only have to use the watch's mechanical winder - which resembles a miniature power drill - every seven weeks.
The watch boasts 637 components - more than any other Hublot watch - and has 11 barrels set in the spine down the centre that work to create the power resrve.
The face is sapphire crystal, the case is black PVD titanium and features an open case-back, the strap is rubber with a PVD titanium buckle.
To read the clock, the time is displayed to the right of the barrels, while to the left the power reserve is indicated.
Watch the video below for more details.