Floyd "Money" Mayweather Buys Another Bugatti Veyron

When you have $400-plus million in the bank, you can live like a true baller, or at least you can if your name is Floyd “Money” Mayweather. The former boxer is known for his lavish lifestyle and his insane collection of exotic automobiles. Mayweather owns a plethora of truly staggering exotica, yet it seems the former champion has a real soft spot for the Bugatti Veyron. Even though the Bugatti Veyron was discontinued last year, it seems that Mayweather has continued to buy up almost every car he sees. He’s even bought a few of those cars for over the original sticker the car came with from the factory. His latest ride is a 2015 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse that set him back $3,498,000. RELATED: Mayweather Replaces Burnt Custom Jeep With New Custom Jeep
We recently drove the Grand Sport Vitesse, and if that doesn’t settle Mayweather’s need for speed, we don’t think anything will. With a 16.4-liter W16 engine that uses four turbochargers and eight intercoolers to produce well in excess of 1,100 horsepower, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse is one of the most insane supercars on the planet. Mayweather also recently bought a Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita, which cost him a cool $4.8 million dollars. Additionally, four of Mayweather’s car burned to the ground while on a transport trailer. Mayweather’s already purchased a new custom Jeep Wrangler to replace the one he lost, and it seems with this purchase that he’s attempting to replace all the cars he lost with cars even crazier ones. RELATED: Check Out Mayweather’s New CCXR Trevita
While $400 million is a lot of money, and can buy you a ton of nice things with it, the way Mayweather is spending his cash might not be the most financially sound. It seems to be burning a hole in his pockets and due to that fact, we may see some of these Bugatti’s up for auction sooner rather than later.
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