In the grand tradition of form watches, the latest men's timepiece by Cartier is already defining a new style statement for the wrist. Neither round nor square, the Drive de Cartier invents its own geometry. Between taut lines and profiled curves, its cushion case, in gold or steel, houses a dial whose guilloché hints at the pattern on a car's radiator grille. All Cartier's iconic design codes are there, with Roman numerals and a well-balanced layout for the various indications. Four movements, all made in-house at Manufacture Cartier, bring the different versions to life. From a simple hours-minutes-seconds with date model to the Fine Watch execution with Poinçon de Genève certification, Cartier's new collection for men explores new realms of elegance with reliability and precision.