Saw this recently and it's a nice update to the ladies model, taking the longer marker cues as seen on the glassbox 5, as well as more shaped hands as opposed to the tradition Carrera stick hands. Of special interest is the use of the Calibre 9 and the further note on the TAGHeuer page that it is the Selitta SW1000 movement. While it looks like an ETA with the duck-eating-a-nut regulator, it is apparently not based on an existing ETA movement. You'll also note the old logo though, which is unsurprising as most of the watches released so far were signed-off pre-Biver. I guess the new logo will come when they re-furb their boutiques later.