Floyd Mayweather’s New $3.5M Bugatti Veyron Will Blow You Away
It looks like Floyd Mayweather has lots of time on his hands after announcing his retirement from professional boxing because he’s added yet another exclusive performance car to his already expensive and luxurious collection.
Check out this picture that was recently shared from Mayweather’s official Instagram that shows his new $3.5 million 2015 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse:
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According to the caption accompanying the photo, Mayweather paid $3,498,000 for the AWD supercar, which is just a fraction of the $200 million he reportedly earned from his fight with Manny Paquiao earlier this year.
The 2015 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse comes equipped with a 8.0-liter W16 engine, which is good for more than 1,100 horsepower and features a top speed of over 250 mph.
The exterior of Mayweather’s Veyron is made of carbon fiber and features two air scoops, which help cool the engine and also act as an important component of the vehicle’s rollover protection system.
Mayweather’s collection has recovered quickly after a fire destroyed four premium vehicles only a couple of weeks ago.
The undefeated boxer previously shared a photo of his new custom Jeep Wrangler that was built for him by Alex Vega and The Auto Firm in Miami.
Remember to check back with The News Wheel to find out what Mayweather adds to his collection next. It’s sure to be something over the top.
Video: 2015 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse in Action
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