Ralph Lauren has long been obsessed with both luxury timepieces and automobiles, and those twin interests come together in this new Automotive Flying Tourbillon, said to be inspired by Ralph's 1938 Bugatti. The timepiece is built with a case in shot-blasted black stainless steel that measures 44.8mm x 11.2mm. It has double sapphire crystals and a black dial complemented with elm burl wood detailing. The movement is the 28-jewel RL167 caliber self-winding caliber -- which can be seen through a sapphire-crystal case back -- features off-centered gold-plated micro-rotor and a vertical Côtes de Genève decoration. An aperture at 6 o'clock, meanwhile, reveals the flying tourbillon. A black alligator strap finishes the look. Check out detailed looks below.