Nearly every speaker company, especially those calling themselves innovators and inventors, has a statement speaker which is a no compromise product using the core technologies the company offers to demonstrate how incredible their engineers are if given a chance.
Sony used to have statement products in their ES line - like the first SACD player or the first BluRay player. Both of those set a new standard for future technology. KEF, Dynaudio, Klipsch, and others all have something like this.
The actual costs of making these statement products rarely justify the selling cost. The selling cost is partially to make them showoff pieces, as are limited editions and such. The real expense is the cost of making only a few units (one off manufacturing is very costly), having to support those units for decades (if you only product 10 units for sale, how many spare parts do you have to keep in a warehouse for decades?), and all the demo units sent to top dealers to show off with.