There is no car company quite like Bugatti.
Ettore Bugatti’s car company made vehicles at a time when the well-to-do would buy an engine and chassis from one company and the body of the car from another. The company was around for roughly four decades—some of which were consumed by World War I and II—building thousands of cars, including ones that won races including the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Monaco Grand Prix.
The Bugatti name returned to the car world a few times, most recently under the ownership of Volkswagen, which produces ultra high-end luxury vehicles priced well into the seven figures and beyond. It has also found its way on to a laundry list of non-automotive products, including cigars and cigar accessories.