Touted as the baby brother of the Hublot MP-05 La Ferrari, the MP-07 watch shares a similar engine configuration - with time indicated on moving discs and a vertically mounted tourbillon - but differs radically from its sibling with its angular case measuring a beefy 51mm x 42.95mm. Powered by no less than nine barrels, which are displayed at the top of the rectangular black-plated titanium case, this beast boasts a power reserve of 42 days. Starting at the top end of the timepiece you will see the nine stacked barrels on the left, the running seconds indicator on the right and tucked away on the side a suspended vertical tourbillon. The hours and minutes are displayed on revolving discs in the inferior aperture along with the power reserve indicator on the right. Presented on a smooth black rubber strap, the MP-07 comes with a winding box to keep its engine revving for over a month at a time.