Omega proudly presents their latest in house movement, the Omega caliber 8500. It features a 60 hour power reserve, bi-directional winding, the co-axial escapement and it will be COSC (Chronometer certified) ofcourse! †The new Omega De Ville will be the first watch equipped with this new movement.

Congrats Omega! And now some attention to your Quality Control (Omega cal.330x) and After Sales (numerous complaints world wide) again.

The Omega caliber 8500

Omega caliber 8500

Renowned as the watchmaking company which produced the first-ever industrialized movement and always looking to improve the performance and quality of its timepieces, OMEGA has taken a step further and launched its in-house manufacture calibres 8500/8501. The new calibres are launched for the first time in a revolutionary collection of timepieces within the De Ville range aptly named Hour Vision.
This milestone heralds a new era for OMEGA as a leading presence in the elite field of mechanical watchmaking. All of the 202 components have been newly created entirely in-house using third millennium technology to ensure optimum performance. 
OMEGA has been working on improving the mechanical watch for over half a decade and when setting out on the Calibre 8500 project, OMEGA’s aim was to up-grade its existing proprietary Co-Axial technology which improves precision over long periods.

This text is quoted from the official press release. Read the full document here.
Pictures by Jorge Merino @ TimeZone in this thread.

Thanks to Elmar @ for notifying!