Floyd Mayweather Purchases $4.8 Million Car, One Of Only Two In The World [Photos]
Floyd Mayweather holds numerous titles in the boxing ring, but also holds the title for being the highest paid sportsman in the world. The pro-boxer brings in an astonishing $300 million a year. With endless amounts of cash, the pro-boxer has created a pretty impressive collection of toys. The latest addition to the $54 million transportation collection is a silver Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita, which costs $4.8 million.
Floyd Mayweather posted images of his new vehicle on his official Instagram account and noted that the vehicle was one of only two made in the entire world. The boxer made sure to include all the zeros when announcing the shocking sticker price of $4,800,000.00 to his followers.
“My new 4.8 Million dollar car. $4,800,000.00 Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita supercar.”
The boxer then went on to explain that Koenigsegg is a “ultra” boutique auto manufacture who only sells to the “super rich.” He says it is one of only two trevita’s in the world and the only one built to USA specs. Furthermore, he says “super car” doesn’t do the vehicle justice as it is “beyond a super car” and is actually classified as a “hyper car.”
“KOENIGSEGG Is An ULTRA Boutique Automobile Manufacturer For The Super Rich. KOENIGSEGG made only 2 TREVITA’S for the World, and this is No.2 of 2. In addition it is the only USA Spec TREVITA Built in the World. The Origin of the car is Sweden. The word TREVITA means ‘3 Whites’. It is beyond a Super Car, and is classified as a ‘Hyper Car.'”
As the Daily Mail points out, the new $4.8 million Trevita is just one of Mayweather’s many luxury vehicles. In fact, the professional boxer owns over $54 million in automobiles and a private jet. Check out some of the other toys in Mayweather’s large collection of transportation options. which include three Ferraris, a Porsche, a Lamborghini, three Bugattis, and a $47 million Gulfstream V private jet.
What do you think of Floyd Mayweather’s $54 million transportation collection of toys?
[Image Credit: Instagram/ Floyd Mayweather]