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 +====== IWC Ingenieur ======
 +{{wst>author|[[Foskett, Stephen|Stephen Foskett]] ([[|Grail Watch]])}}
 +**Ingenieur** is a brand of [[engineer]] watch produced by [[IWC]] since [[1954]].
 +===== The Original Ingenieur =====
 +The Ingenieur brand first appeared in [[1954]] and has been applied to watches designed for scientific, technical, and exploration usage. Most Ingenieur watches feature [[water resistance]], [[anti-magnetic]] capabilities, and precise timing. In this way, the Ingenieur is similar to the [[Rolex Milgauss]] and [[Rolex Explorer]]. From the beginning, IWC Ingenieur watches have features a logo with "INGENIEUR" in capital letters above a lightning bolt from top left to bottom right.
 +The first watch to bear the Ingenieur label was the [[IWC Ingenieur 666|Ref. 666A and 666AD]]. Designed by [[Albert Pellaton]], they featured [[IWC 852|Cal. 852 and 8521]], respectively, contained inside a [[soft iron]] cage to protect from magnetic fields up to 80,000 Amperes per meter. This was launched at the same year as its historic rival, [[Rolex Milgauss]]. IWC repurposed the case of the [[IWC Mark XI|Mark XI]] pilots watch but were equipped with [[dauphine hands]] and an elegant dial with numerals at 12 and 6 and pointed bar markers for the other hours. Ref. 666AD added a [[date window]] at 3 00. The original Ingenieur was also water resistant to a depth of 100 Meters. A similar [[IWC Ingenieur 766|Ref. 766A and 766AD]] was also produced.
 +A new movement, [[IWC 853|Cal. 853/8531]], was used starting in [[1959]]. The reference numbers, 666 and 766, remained the same, with a few new references added in later years. This line had many variations over the years, all with a similar 36.6 mm case, but they would be phased out in [[1967]]. During this period, IWC also changed reference numbering system, adding a prefix and suffix to denote case material and movement.
 +The Ingenieur line was updated in [[1967]] with more modern styling. [[IWC Ingenieur 866|Ref. 866]] retained the same characteristics, with an anti-magnetic soft iron inner case along with water resistance. This style is the basis of the modern Ingenieur lineup. The case was enlarged slightly to 37 mm and 13.2 mm thick and the movement was again revised to become [[IWC 854|Cal. 854/8541]]. Reference numbers were again updated in [[1971]], so the Ref. 866A became Ref. 1908 while Ref. 866AD became Ref. 1808. These would remain in production through [[1976]].
 +===== Gérald Genta's Ingenieur SL =====
 +  *Main Article [[IWC Ingenieur SL]]
 +{{wst>image_cr|IWC|Ingenieur SL|IWC Ingenieur from the 1970's}}
 +The Ingenieur brand was refreshed and advanced in [[1976]] with the launch of an all-new design penned by famed watch designer, [[Genta, Gérald Charles|Gérald Genta]]. This was a [[cushion case]] watch like his well-received [[Audemars Piguet Royal Oak]], then a just few years old. It also resembled the contemporary [[Vacheron Constantin 222]] and [[Omega Constellation]], with which it competed. Genta designed three "SL" or "Steel Line" watches, of which only the Ingenieur was presented for sale.
 +Genta's [[IWC Ingenieur SL 1832|Ingenieur SL Ref. 1832]] featured a [[tonneau]]-shaped case with an [[integrated bracelet]]. The dial was surrounded by a screwed-in bezel with five "bores" to allow a tool to be attached, a signature styling element similar to the 8 through-screws on the Royal Oak. The guilloche dial had a checkerboard pattern said to resemble graph paper. The 40 mm case was considered extremely large at the time, giving this model the "Jumbo" nickname. Inside was IWC's anti-magnetic [[IWC 8541|Cal. 8541B]]. At that time, IWC also produced a quartz version of Genta's Ingenieur design, [[IWC Ingenieur SL 3003|Ref. 3003]] with [[IWC 2405|Cal. 2405]]. These models failed to achieve the success of the Royal Oak, and just 978 examples were produced.
 +The quartz model was updated in [[1980]] with the slimmer [[IWC 2250|Cal. 2250]], allowing the bulky case to be slimmed down to just 8 mm. This new [[IWC Ingenieur SL 3303|Ref. 3303]] was not much more successful, with only 369 examples sold in steel, gold, and diamond through [[1985]].
 +Lady Ingenieur models were also produced starting in [[1980]], with both 26 mm and 30 mm cases with quartz and automatic ([[F. Piguet]]) movements. These remained available through [[1989]], with a 25 mm titanium and yellow gold version introduced in [[1983]]. A 32 mm titanium/yellow gold version for men was produced from [[1984]] through [[1989]].
 +In [[1981]], IWC introduced the quartz [[IWC Ingenieur 3305|"Skinny" Ingenieur SL, Ref. 3305]], which had a smaller case but still remained true to Genta's design. The 34 mm case was just 8.8 mm thick, bringing the watch down to more contemporary sizing. This was joined in [[1983]] by a [[IWC Ingenieur 3505|"Skinny" automatic Ref. 3505]]. Lacking a compact-enough movement, IWC turned to [[ETA]] to supply the [[ETA 2892]], finished to IWC specifications and known as [[IWC 375|Cal. 375]].
 +The first [[complicated]] Ingenieur was introduced in [[1985]] A [[perpetual calendar]] module was added to become [[IWC 3757|Cal. 3757]] for the [[IWC Ingenieur Perpetual 9240|Ref. 9240 Ingenieur Perpetual]]. It used a 34.5 mm case similar to the "Skinny" model with a movement similar to the groundbreaking [[IWC Da Vinci]]. This model lasted, with some revisions to the movement and reference numbers, through [[1992]].
 +Another complication appeared in [[1988]], the [[IWC Ingenieur Chronograph 3734|Ref. 3734 Ingenieur Chronograph]]. This model used a petite 30 mm case, making it unisex for the time, thanks to the "[[Mechaquartz]]" [[IWC 633|Cal. 633]] from [[Jaeger-LeCoultre]]. Versions would be produced for only a short time, with sales stopped by [[1993]].
 +Another major advance for the line came in [[1989]] with the introduction of an Ingenieur capable of withstanding 500,000 A/m without a soft iron cage. Instead [[IWC Ingenieur 500,000 A/m|Ref. 3508]] had an escapement, balance wheel, and hairspring constructed of anti-magnetic materials like niobium-zirconium 25. Although advanced, these materials proved difficult to produce reliably. Just 3,000 examples of this petite 34 mm Ingenieur were made through [[1992]].
 +Most existing Ingenieur models were phased out starting in 1990, with a single model making up the bulk of the range for the next decade. IWC again turned to [[Jaeger-LeCoultre]] for a movement, equipping the new [[IWC Ingenieur Officially Certified Chronometer|Ingenieur Officially Certified Chronometer Ref. 3521]] with [[Jaeger-LeCoultre 889|Cal. 889/2]] between [[1993]] and [[2000]]. The case was again 34 mm and 8.8 mm thick, the same dimensions as the "Skinny" Ingenieur of the previous decade.
 +The [[IWC Ingenieur Chrono Alarm|Ingenieur Chrono Alarm Ref. 3805]] was the only other Ingenieur model available in the 1990s. Introduced in [[1991]], it used the Jaeger-LeCoultre Mechaquartz movement from the short-lived Ingenieur Chronograph but fitted in a more masculine 34 mm case. The wedge-shaped push buttons at 2 00 and 4 00 would become the form for future Ingenieur Chronograph watches in coming decades.
 +===== Big Ingenieurs =====
 +{{wst>image_cr|IWC|Ingenieur Automatic}}
 +The Ingenieur line was refreshed in [[2005]] with an in-house movement, [[IWC 80110|Cal. 80110]]. This [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic|Ingenieur Automatic, Ref. 3227]] strongly recalled Genta's Ingenieur SL but was an all-new design in a 42.5 mm case. The stainless steel model, Ref. IW322701, was joined by a titanium-cased co-branded [[IWC Ingenieur Mercedes AMG|Mercedes AMG model]], Ref. IW322702/IW322703. IWC also launched a smaller Ingenieur model that year, the [[IWC Ingenieur 4515|"Midsize" Ref. 4515]]. It housed an [[ETA 2892A2]]-based [[IWC 30110|Cal. 30110]] inside a 34 mm by 10 mm case reminiscent of the "Skinny" Ingenieur of two decades earlier. Rounding out the new lineup was a next-generation [[IWC Ingenieur Chronograph 3725|Ingenieur Chronograph, Ref. 3725]]. The case was massively enlarged to 42.5 mm with large wedge-shaped pushbuttons to operate the [[Valjoux 7750]]-based [[IWC 79350|Cal. 79350]]. The steel Ref. IW372501 was joined by titanium AMG models, Ref. IW372503/IW372503.
 +The titanium AMG models were a hit, as was the new angular Chronograph case. So IWC began launching larger and sportier pieces. The most important was the [[IWC Big Ingenieur 5005|Ref. 5005 "Big" Ingenieur]] with its massive 45.5 mm case and 8-day [[IWC 51113|Cal. 51113]]. This was joined by a [[IWC Big Ingenieur Chronograph 3784|"Big" Chronograph, Ref. 3784]], with the in-house [[IWC 89361|Cal. 89361]]. These fit the "big watch" trend of the time and began moving the line away from Genta's 1970's design. 2009's [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3236|Ref. 3236 "Mission Earth"]] was even larger, with a bulky case but no extra complications.
 +Clearly the Ingenieur SL look was on the way out. So it came as no surprise when IWC replaced the primary Ingenieur Automatic model with something entirely different just three years after the big update. In [[2008]], IWC's Vintage series included a new [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3233|Ingenieur Automatic, Ref. 3233]] without a hint of Genta's design.
 +{{wst>image_cr|IWC|Ingenieur Automatic Vintage 1955}}
 +Ceramic was in, as seen in [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3234|Ref. 3234]] with its ceramic bezel. But the [[2011]] [[IWC Ingenieur Double Chronograph 3765|Ref. 3765 Ingenieur Double Chronograph]] was the real breakthrough design. Gone was Genta's screw-down bezel, replaced by a 5-screw attachment system. This would be used on seven other references over the following years.
 +===== Mercedes-AMG =====
 +  *Main Article [[IWC Ingenieur Mercedes AMG]]
 +In [[2013]], IWC redesigned the entire Ingenieur line around the renewed [[IWC Ingenieur Mercedes AMG|Mercedes-AMG partnership]], making all models up to the [[2017]] refresh technically part of this line. Although this partnership dated to [[2004]] the emergence of the Mercedes-AMG Formula 1 team created an opportunity for IWC, which was now a technical development partner of the team.
 +The main offering was now a less-expensive and smaller [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3239|Ingenieur Automatic, Ref. 3239]]. The case was reduced to 40 mm but wedge-shaped crown guards reminiscent of the Big Ingenieur added to the visual bulk. Inside was IWC's [[IWC 30110|Cal. 30110]], a re-worked [[ETA 2892]], since IWC still lacked a compact in-house movement. This was also the only anti-magnetic Ingenieur model of the era.
 +Like the F1 team, AMG introduced many models with exotic materials and design, including the [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3224|Ref. 3224 Carbon Performance Ceramic]], [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3225|Ref. 3225 AMG Black Series Ceramic]], and [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3246|Ref. 3246 AMG GT]]. The complex [[IWC Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar 3792|Ref. 3792 Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month]] also included ceramic parts and reflected the racing/technical character, as did the new [[IWC Ingenieur Dual Time 3264|Ref. 3264 Dual Time Titanium]] and refreshed [[IWC Ingenieur Double Chronograph 3865|Ref. 3865 Double Chronograph Titanium]]. All of these featured the 5-screw bezel design first introduced in the Double Chronograph.
 +The crowning piece of the era was the [[IWC Ingenieur Tourbillon 5900|Ref. 5900 Ingenieur Constant-Force Tourbillon]]. Not only was it the most complex (and expensive) Ingenieur ever, it was also the first hand-winding model to wear the name. Although it still had a 5-bore bezel and tonneau case like the Ingenieur SL, the Tourbillon no longer had a three-piece case. It would prove to be one of the last models to resemble Genta's signature design.
 +===== The Modern Ingenieur =====
 +The Ingenieur lineup was wiped clean again in [[2017]] with five new models introduced, none of which featured the Genta-style cushion case and five-bore bezel or the wedge-shaped crown guards and pushers of the Big Ingenieur. Gone too were the ceramic and titanium models that had been an Ingenieur hallmark since the 1980s. The Mercedes-AMG focus was almost entirely eliminated, with the partnership set to expire after [[2018]]. Arabic numerals were also excised, with twin-bar markers placed around the dial instead. Even the Ingenieur name and logo disappeared from the faces of all but two models.
 +The new Ingenieurs resemble the [[1967]] [[IWC Ingenieur 866|Ref. 866]] and 2008 Vintage model, with a round body and distinct tapered lugs. These elements were previewed a year earlier in the [[IWC Ingenieur Chronograph Edition 'Rudolf Caracciola']] which also introduced the new [[IWC 69370|Cal. 69370]], versions of which would be used in all chronograph models.
 +The basic Ingenieur model is the [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3570|Ingenieur Automatic, Ref. 3570]] with a 40 mm case and [[Sellita]] [[SW 300]]-based [[IWC 35111|Cal. 35111]]. This model was even less expensive than the cost-reduced Ref. 3239 of five years earlier, a reflection of the troubles facing the industry.
 +Three chronograph models were also produced. The [[IWC Ingenieur Chronograph 3808|Ingenieur Chronograph, Ref. 3808]] with a 42.3 mm case and [[IWC 69375|Cal. 69375]] is the basic model, while the fancier [[IWC Ingenieur Chronograph Sport 3809|Ingenieur Chronograph Sport, Ref. 3809]] and [[IWC Ingenieur Chronograph Sport 3812|Ref. 3812]] feature a larger 44.3 mm case and [[IWC 89361|Cal. 89361]] and [[IWC 69380|69380]].
 +The Ingenieur range is anchored at the top by the new [[IWC Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month|Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month, Ref. 3817]] with a 45 mm gold case, [[IWC 89801|Cal. 89801]], and price tag over $46,000.
 +===== Historic References =====
 +Note that every Ingenieur watch ever produced used either an [[automatic]] or [[quartz]] movement apart from the [[IWC Ingenieur Tourbillon 5900|Ref. 5900 Ingenieur Constant-Force Tourbillon]] of 2013. Therefore, every Ingenieur watch could be called "Ingenieur Automatic" or "Ingenieur Quartz". Despite this, the company has specifically applied these names to certain models and not to others.
 +Historic and modern Ingenieur watches have traditional watch cases with an integrated bezel. The [[1976]] [[IWC Ingenieur SL 1832|Ref. 1832 Ingenieur SL]] introduced a screwed bezel with five distinctive "bores", and this feature would be used on many models through [[2012]]. In [[2011]] a new case was introduced with a bezel affixed with five screws. This was used for the [[IWC Ingenieur Double Chronograph 3765|Ref. 3765 Ingenieur Double Chronograph]] as well as the following other references 3224, 3225, 3246, 3264, 3765, 3792, 3796, 3865.
 +==== Simple Models ====
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur 666|Ref. 666/766 Ingenieur]] (1954-1959) - 36.5 mm, [[IWC 852|Cal. 852/8521]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur 666|Ref. 666/766/9033/9386 Ingenieur]] (1959-1967) - 36.5 mm, [[IWC 853|Cal. 853/8531]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur 866|Ref. 866/9120 Ingenieur]] (1967-1970) - 37.0 mm, [[IWC 854|Cal. 854/8541]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur 866|Ref. 1808/1908 Ingenieur]] (1970-1976) - 37.0 mm, [[IWC 854|Cal. 854/8541]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur SL 1832|Ref. 1832/9232 "Jumbo" Ingenieur SL]] (1976-1984) - 40 mm, [[IWC 8541|Cal. 8541B]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur SL Quartz 3003|Ref. 3003/9503 "Jumbo" Ingenieur SL Quartz]] (1976-1979) - 40 mm, [[IWC 2405|Cal. 2405]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur SL Quartz 3303|Ref. 3303/9701/9720 "Slim" Ingenieur SL Quartz]] (1980-1985) - 40 mm, [[IWC 2250|Cal. 2250]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur SL Quartz 4501|Ref. 4501/4502/4508/6704/6721/6724 "Lady" Ingenieur SL Quartz]] (1981-1986), 26 mm [[IWC 2249|Cal. 2249]] ([[ESA 956]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur SL Quartz 4503|Ref. 4503/4509/4513/6703/6720/6730 "Lady" Ingenieur SL Quartz]] (1980-1989), 30 mm [[IWC 2249|Cal. 2249]] ([[ESA 956]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur SL Automatic 4413|Ref. 4413/4414 "Lady" Ingenieur SL Automatic]] (1986-1989), 30 mm [[IWC 3201|Cal. 3201]] ([[f. Piguet 951]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur 3305|Ref. 3305/3315/9703/9721/9724/9730 "Skinny" Ingenieur SL Quartz]], (1981-1987) - 34 mm [[IWC 2250|Cal. 2250]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur 3505|Ref. 3505/3515/9225/0914 "Skinny" Ingenieur SL Automatic]] (1983-1985) - 34 mm, [[IWC 375|Cal. 375]] ([[ETA 2892]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur 3506|Ref. 3506/3516/9230/9231/9236 "Skinny" Ingenieur SL Automatic]] (1985-1989) - 34 mm, [[IWC 3752|Cal. 3752]] ([[ETA 2892-A2]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur 3350|Ref. 3350/3351/3360/3361//9727/9737 Ingenieur in Titanium/Yellow Gold]] (1984-1989), 32 mm, [[IWC 2210|Cal. 2210]] ([[ESA 255]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur 4550|Ref. 4550/4551/4561/6727 "Ladies" Ingenieur in Titanium/Yellow Gold]] (1985-1989), 25 mm, [[IWC 2209|Cal. 2209]] ([[ETA]] Quartz)
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur 3508|Ref. 3508/3518/9238/9258 Ingenieur 500,000 A/m]] (1989-1993) - 34.0 mm, [[IWC 35790|Cal. 35790]] ([[ETA 2892-2]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur 3521|Ref. 3521/3522/9239/9259 Ingenieur Officially Certified Chronometer]] (1993-2001) - 34.0 mm, [[IWC 887|Cal. 8872]] ([[JLC 889/2]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3227|Ref. 3227 Ingenieur Automatic]] (2005-2009) - 42.5 mm, [[IWC 80110|Cal. 80110]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur 4515|Ref. 4515 Ingenieur "Midsize"]] (2005-2009) - 34.0 mm, [[IWC 30110|Cal. 30110]] ([[ETA 2892-A2]])
 +  * [[IWC Big Ingenieur 5005|Ref. 5005 "Big" Ingenieur]] (2007-2012) - 45.5 mm, [[IWC 51113|Cal. 51113]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3234|Ref. 3234 Ingenieur Automatic Ceramic Bezel]] (2007-2008) - 44.0 mm, [[IWC 80111|Cal. 80111]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3236|Ref. 3236 Ingenieur Automatic Mission Earth]] (2009-2012) - 46.0 mm, [[IWC 80110|Cal. 80110]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3233|Ref. 3233 Ingenieur Vintage Automatic]] (2008-2013) - 42.5 mm, [[IWC 80111|Cal. 80111]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3239|Ref. 3239 Ingenieur Automatic]] (2013-2016) - 40.0 mm, [[IWC 30110|Cal. 30110]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3224|Ref. 3224 Ingenieur Automatic Carbon Performance Ceramic]] (2013-2016) - 46.0 mm, [[IWC 80110|Cal. 80110]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3225|Ref. 3225 Ingenieur Automatic AMG Black Series Ceramic]] (2014-2016) - 46.0 mm, [[IWC 80110|Cal. 80110]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3246|Ref. 3246 Ingenieur Automatic AMG GT]] (2015) - 46.0 mm, [[IWC 80110|Cal. 80110]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3570|Ref. 3570 Ingenieur Automatic]] (2017-present) - 40.0 mm, [[IWC 35111|Cal. 35111]] ([[Sellita SW300-1]])
 +==== Complicated Models ====
 +=== Perpetual Calendar ===
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur SL Perpetual Calendar 9240|Ref. 9240/9241 Ingenieur SL Perpetual Calendar]] (1985-1987) - 34.5 mm, [[IWC 3757|Cal. 3757]] ([[ETA 2892-A]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur SL Perpetual Calendar 3540|Ref. 3540/9245/9260/9263 Ingenieur SL Perpetual Calendar]] (1987-1992) - 34.5 mm, [[IWC 35782|Cal. 35780/35782]] ([[ETA 2892-A2]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar 3792|Ref. 3792 Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month]] (2013-2016) - 46.0 mm, [[IWC 89802|Cal. 89802]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar 3817|Ref. 3817 Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month]] (2017) - 45.0 mm, [[IWC 89800|Cal. 89800]]
 +=== Chronograph ===
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Chronograph 3733|Ref. 3733/3734/9533 Ingenieur Chronograph]] (1988-1993) - 30 mm, [[IWC 631|Cal. 631]] "[[Mechaquartz]]" ([[JLC 630]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Chrono Alarm 3805|Ref. 3805/3815/9515/9517 Ingenieur Chrono Alarm]] (1991-1997) - 34 mm, [[IWC 633|Cal. 633]] "[[Mechaquartz]]" ([[JLC 630]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Chronograph 3725|Ref. 3725 Ingenieur Chronograph]] (2005-2008) - 42.5 mm, [[IWC 79350|Cal. 79350]] ([[ETA 7750]])
 +  * [[IWC Big Ingenieur Chronograph 3784|Ref. 3784 Big Ingenieur Chronograph]] (2009-2012) - 45.5 mm, [[IWC 89361|Cal. 89361]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Double Chronograph 3765|Ref. 3765 Ingenieur Double Chronograph]] (2011-2013) - 45.0 mm, [[IWC 79230|Cal. 79230]] ([[ETA 7750]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Double Chronograph 3865|Ref. 3865 Ingenieur Double Chronograph Titanium]] (2013-2016) - 45.0 mm, [[IWC 79420|Cal. 79420]] ([[ETA 7750]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Chronograph 3785|Ref. 3785 Ingenieur Chronograph Racer/Silberpfeil]] (2013-2016) - 45.0 mm, [[IWC 89361|Cal. 89361]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Chronograph 3796|Ref. 3796 Ingenieur Chronograph Edition Hamilton/Rosberg]] (2014) - 45.5 mm, [[IWC 89361|Cal. 89361]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Chronograph 3807|Ref. 3807 Ingenieur Chronograph Edition W125/Carcacciola/Goodwood/Cancellara]] (2016-2017) - 42.0 mm, [[IWC 69370|Cal. 69370]] ([[ETA 7750]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Chronograph 3808|Ref. 3808 Ingenieur Chronograph Classic/Custom]] (2017-present) - 42.0 mm, [[IWC 69375|Cal. 69375]] ([[ETA 7750]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Chronograph 3809|Ref. 3809 Ingenieur Chronograph Sport]] (2017) - 44.0 mm, [[IWC 89361|Cal. 89361]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Chronograph 3812|Ref. 3812 Ingenieur Chronograph Goodwood]] (2018) - 44.0 mm, [[IWC 69380|Cal. 69380]] ([[ETA 7750]])
 +=== Dual Time ===
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Dual Time 3244|Ref. 3244 Ingenieur Dual Time Black/White]] (2013-2016) - 43.0 mm, [[IWC 35720|Cal. 35720]] ([[ETA 2893-2]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Dual Time 3264|Ref. 3264 Ingenieur Dual Time Titanium]] (2013-2016) - 43.0 mm, [[IWC 35720|Cal. 35720]] ([[ETA 2893-2]])
 +=== Tourbillon ===
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Tourbillon 5900|Ref. 5900 Ingenieur Constant-Force Tourbillon]] (2013-2016) - 46.0 mm, [[IWC 94800|Cal. 94800]]
 +===== Current References =====
 +IWC's current Ingenieur line consists of a simple [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3570|automatic model]], a trio of chronographs, and a [[IWC Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month|perpetual calendar model]]. None are styled like Genta's classic Ingenieur SL.
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Automatic 3570|Ingenieur Automatic, Ref. 3570]] - 40 mm case, [[IWC 35111|Cal. 35111]] ([[SW300-1]])
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Chronograph 3808|Ingenieur Chronograph, Ref. 3808]] - 42.3 mm case, [[IWC 69375|Cal. 69375]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Chronograph Sport 3809|Ingenieur Chronograph Sport, Ref. 3809]] - 44.3 mm case, [[IWC 89361|Cal. 89361]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Chronograph Sport 3812|Ingenieur Chronograph Sport, Ref. 3812]] - 44.3 mm case, [[IWC 69380|Cal. 69380]]
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month|Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month, Ref. 3817]] - 45 mm case, [[IWC 89801|Cal. 89801]]
 +===== See Also =====
 +  * [[IWC Ingenieur Mercedes AMG]]
 +===== External Links =====
 +  * [[|Models of the «Ingenieur» line]]
 +{{tag>Watch_models Watch_classics IWC_models IWC_Ingenieur IWC}}
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