Joining the big boys like Ferrari and Bugatti, both of which have their own respective line of luxury timepieces, Dutch sports car company Spyker has just revealed its own timepiece collection, coinciding with celebrations for the brand’s 24 Hours of Le Mans participation.

Designed and engineered by renowned watch and luxury goods expert, Thierry Chaunu of Expression D’Artistes International, the Spyker chronographs are available in solid 18K grey or rose gold finishes, each of which is limited to a run of 250, or in polished steel or matt black titanium finishes, each of which is limited to a run of 1,000 each.

The quilted leather bracelets, available in Dutch Spyker Orange, Black Anthracite or Blanc de Blanc white, are hand-stitched in France using Royal Dutch Hulshof leather, the very same as the hides that are specified for Spyker’s supercar interiors.

The bezel carries Spyker’s Latin motto, NULLA TENACI INVIA EST VIA (which translates to: for the tenacious no road is impassable), while the crown replicates the brand’s wire-spoke and propeller bonnet badge. Additionally, the chronographs’ pushbuttons mimic Spyker exhaust pipes, while the steel dial--complete with gauges indicating hours, minutes, seconds, and 42-hour power reserve--replicates the turned aluminum finish of the dashboard found in the brand’s supercars. Finally, all of the pieces are water resistant to 100 meters and are individually numbered.

Prices start at $9,750 and can reach as much as $30,500 depending on the selected model and finish.