Check Out Floyd Mayweather's New 650-HP Ferrari Enzo (PHOTOS)

Feb 01, 2015 12:00 PM EST | Matt Mercuro

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Floyd Mayweather's success in the boxing ring has allowed him to buy a lot of nice things over the years, including a private jet and a massive car collection.

"Money" Mayweather's latest purchase is a brand new $3 million Ferrari Enzo, which he posed with recently for an Instagram picture to make all of his fans and auto enthusiast alike jealous.

The Ferrari Enzo was named after company's founder Enzo Ferrari, according to the automaker's website. Just 399 of the 650-hp Enzos were made, which makes the purchase that more special.

The vehicle was purchased from Fusion Luxury Motors located in Chatsworth, shop owner Obi Okeke confirmed to the Los Angeles Times. He then had the vehicle flown to the states in a Boeing 777.

The car had just 354 miles on it, and its only previous owner was Sheikh of Abu Dhabi.

Okeke added that only around 111 Enzos can be found in the U.S.

The car has a top speed of 218 mph and is capable of accelerating from 0-60 in just 3.7 seconds.

Mayweather's car collection also includes two different Bugatti Veyrons, a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport, two Ferrari 458 Spiders, a Lamborghini Aventador, a Porsche 911 Turbo S and a Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano.

In the last 18 months, Mayweather has purchased 35 luxury cars. The highest-paid athlete in the world can afford it though, as he earned $105 million in 2014 for 72 minutes of work.

Mayweather made headlines around the world this week after meeting fellow welterweight fighter Manny Pacquiao during a Miami Heat game. Though there's no official announcement yet, a number of boxing promoters seem confident the two will finally meet for one of the biggest fights ever in 2015.

If the fight happens, Mayweather will be able to add a lot of cars to his collection.

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