Floyd Mayweather Traded in His $3.8 Million Ferrari For a $4.8 Million Koenigsegg
Say what you will about outspoken boxer Floyd Mayweather, but you can’t really fault him for his love of all things fast. His supercar collection consists of a few Bugattis, some Ferraris, and now, something a bit more Swedish. According to TMZ Sports, Mayweather is ditching his $3.8 million dollar Ferrari Enzo — that he had for less than a year — in place of a 2010 Koenigsegg CCXR. Sticker price on that one is a jaw-dropping $4.8 million. RELATED: The Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita is a 1,000-Horsepower Rocket
The CCXR hit the streets back in 2006 with a 1,014-horsepower V8 and jaw-dropping good looks. While it tends to be overshadowed these days by its new Agera and Regera siblings, don’t sleep on the CCXR, it's still manages a 0-60 mph time of just 2.9 seconds.
Mayweather is a man that likes to mane an entrance. Heck, his boxing shorts from his snoozefest bout against Manny Pacquio fight had "Hubolt" emblazoned across the front. Hubolt makes hilariously overpriced watches, but even at almost $5 million, the CCXR is worth every penny.
Question is: what color will Mayweather be getting his in? Just kidding, he’s getting white, of course, like the rest of the supercars in his collection. The man loves variety.
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