Although IWC has been slowly moving away from designs that draw me to the brand, they really nailed it with the new IWC Ingenieur. This new build has great case lines and a beautiful bracelet — both with a nice balance of polished and brushed surfaces — and an easy-to-read yet sophisticated dials. Aficionados already know that the “new” Ingenieur design was unveiled about this time last year, when IWC rolled out a trio of limited edition Ingenieur’s at the 74th annual Goodwood classic car event. The new design range now spans the basic Ingenieur Automatic up to a perpetual calendar. The Ingenieur Automatic is a 40mm wristwatch with an automatic Sellita caliber, available in stainless steel (refs. IW357001 and IW357002) and red gold (ref. IW357003), the “entry level” at $4,590 in steel case on strap, $5,500 on a steel bracelet, and $13,600 in red gold case on strap.