With two available chronograph models, you have slightly different designs based on the movement. The automatic has a Valjoux 7750, while the other model has a ETA quartz chronograph. Note the different style of the flange rings. I love the applied polished hour markers and the colors of the dials. The designs really is a sweet spot between class and classic sport. The dials are legible enough, but the thin strips of lume provide only adequate darkness viewing.
Interestingly enough, watches with "good" designs don't affect you right away. You might look at them a bit ambiguously at first. Then, after paying attention to them for a while, the quality of the design grows on you. I have never looked at a Cartier watch once and been like, "Winner!" It takes me a while to appreciate them. Sure enough, though, I have grown to really respect almost each timepiece by Cartier from a design perspective.