Who doesn’t know about Floyd Mayweather and his exotic car collection? But how many can know about those things the American boxer just wants to keep to himself? Check out 9 things about Floyd Mayweather’s cars he doesn’t want us to know.
1. Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita modified to be able to roll on the roads of California
The California laws do not allow such a potent and hasty supercar to stay active on its roads, so in arriving his monster, Floyd also had to slow it down mechanically.
That might be the reason he sold it in a bid
2. A slew of fan’s luxurious cars waiting to pick him up during his visit to Manila
Floyd Mayweather reportedly revealed that he couldn’t wait to visit the Philippines for the tremendous love his fans had been showing throughout the years.
And even beyond his expectation, the lavish welcome just couldn’t match better with his lifestyle. Among super expensive car parked waiting for him, he hopped in one of the two Lamborghini. Other cars include a custom Rolls-Royce Phantom batched the TMT logo on its side, and 2 custom The Money Team stretch Hummers.
3. Jaguar turn-down in London
The Mirror reported about the Floyd Mayweather’s turn-down over the Jaguar that:
“Floyd is a real car fanatic and point-blank refused to get into the Jag. It was very embarrassing, as it’s a lovely car, and promoters had laid it on specially.”
4. Most of his bought cars sold
Some of his selling attempts actually did wonders and gained him great fortune. But not all turned fruitful. For example, the notorious Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita was only sold for $2.6 million, $2 million less than its actual price.
Some of his selling attempts actually did wonders and gained him great fortune
5. Low-end Ferrari purchases
Though getting accustomed to buying super expensive cars, Floyd Mayweather also tried the feeling of how to be behind the wheel of not-no-pricey cars. He got two “cheap” Ferarris, one is the Ferrari 458 priced at $250,000 and the other is the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano.
One of his 2 low-price Ferrari is worth only $250,000
6. $25K spent on a single oil change
His Bugatti must be undefeated just like him so everything about it is also worth a whopping investment. Beside $25K for an oil change, the Bugatti asks for $35K for new tires.
The price for his single oil change can equal the price of a single car
7. His old 1996 Mercedes-Benz
Though not loyal to lots of his luxury cars, the boxer keeps his 1996 Mercedes-Benz s600. It must hold some indelible memories that he can’t bear seeing it off.
Though not loyal to lots of his luxury cars, the boxer keeps his 1996 Mercedes-Benz s600
8. Being sued for a case that he’s not evolved in
Many scandals find Floyd in his life. This is one in many that he had to handle but not like others, it was an accident case that he was not even in the car that was sued. J’Leon Love drove the car with Floyd’s kids in the passenger seats than collided with another vehicle.
9. His bombed van
This happened in March 2017. Fortunately, he was not in the car in at the moment.
This might be a hallmark of his never returning to the UK again