Jean Bugatti became interested in his father’s business since very young age. By the late 1920s, Jean Bugatti was an essential part of the company and had already demonstrated his vehicle design skills. In 1932, he did most of the design for the company’s Type 41 Royale. His designs complemented his father’s engineering skill, making Bugatti one of the greatest names in automobile manufacturing. Jean Bugatti also designed four bodies for the Type 57, the Ventoux, Stelvio, Atalante and Atlantic models. Jean Bugatti often tested the company’s car prototypes.