Paying a million-plus euros for a car may seem like a bit much to some, but for those who have it, you can bet it's not the only expensive item they'll be splurging on. So it's little wonder that Bugatti themselves have commissioned some very enticing luxury items to accompany their most exquisite of motor vehicles.
The latest is this pen, crafted by a company (presumably unrelated to the rival automaker) called Ferrari da Varese. It's crafted of aluminum, and then coated in nickel, sterling silver, palladium and platinum for what looks to be a very deep luster indeed. The nib is make of 18-kt gold and coated in rhodium, and the barrel features a sapphire glass window. Designed by Luigi Trenti, the pen weighs a solid 95 grams, and comes in a leather and aluminum case. Only 499 roller balls and 499 fountain pens will be made, each selling for a suitably Bugatti-like $15,000.
Gallery: Bugatti pen by Ferrari da Varese