Tag Heuer is best known for the Carrera and Monaco lines, but in 1976, they launched another important watch with racing heritage – the Tag Heuer Monza. It was introduced to mark Ferrari’s 1975 Formula 1 World Championship and was meant to be a limited-edition watch, but due to its success, it has seen multiple re-releases.
The original Heuer Monza came in an oval case, and became one of the first PVD-coated watches. It returned in the late 1990s in stainless steel form and powered by the proven Calibre 17. Today, it belongs to Tag Heuer’s Heritage collection. Its sleek design and affordable price makes it an ideal entry point to the world of motorsport watches. Explore our collection of Tag Heuer Monza watches at SwissWatchExpo.com.