Floyd Mayweather's Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse Costs Nearly Four Million Dollars?

Jan 12, 2017 06:50 PM EST | Carl Anthony Teves

It has been reported that Floyd "Money" Mayweather's matt black and orange Bugatti Super Sport Grand Vitesse costs a whopping $3.5 million. Floyd bought the uber-expensive Buggati after his fight with Manny Pacquiao in late 2015.

Mayweather is considered the world's best-paid athlete and he really knows how to spend his wealth. The boxing king, who made £66.1 million last year according to Forbes magazine, once posted a picture of his toys together with his private jet that is worth a staggering £30 million.

Meanwhile, Reddit user Nathanello reported that the Luxury Auto Collection in Arizona was unloading Mayweather's Veyron. But he said that it will need $3.9 million before anyone can drive it away. The supercar's price may cost millions of dollars but it will not be that bad since the car is titled as the most domestic-violence enthusiast's personal Gatti.

Mayweather's estimated net worth is $650 million as reported by the online publication Daily Mail. No wonder that the boxing champ can still afford to stuff his garage with the most expensive and exclusive hypercars in the world. In fact, Mayweather owns more expensive cars than any Veyron, or the Veyron Grand Sport for the matter. He even bought a ultra-rare Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita for $4.8 million last year and sold his Ferrari Enzo two months later.

He also announced in 2016 that he might return to boxing just to fight the famous UFC fighter, Conor McGregor. Mayweather retired after an outstanding career with 49 wins and 0 loss. But the fight is still too far to happen, according to the UFC president Dana White.

However, having one of the world's fastest production cars is a lot of fun. And who knows, Mayweather could spare some of his cash to purchase the Veyron's successor, the Bugatti Chiron, to add to his collection.


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