Floyd Mayweather’s Car Collection Reportedly Worth $40 Million

Published 10/30/2021, 11:27 AM EDT


Floyd Mayweather has indubitably cemented his legacy as an all time greatest in the sport of boxing. Through 9 years of amateur boxing and another 21 years of professional boxing, he has created an empire for himself and could possibly be one of the richest atheletes of all time.

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Post-retirement, the face of ‘The Money Team’ has shifted his focus to other business ventures alongside chasing ‘cash-grab’ exhibition fights against the likes of Tenshin Nasukawa and Logan Paul.

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Floyd Mayweather is popularly known as ‘Money’ and rightly so, for his net worth stands at a shocking $450 million in 2021 according to wealthygorrilla.com. However, Mayweather himself has revealed he is worth a reported $1.2 billion.

As per Forbes, Mayweather earned a whopping $1 billion in prize money alone in his career. With the mega-fight with Logan Paul, his career earnings have only shot up.

Floyd Mayweather has spent over $40 million on luxury cars

It is well known that the 50-0 boxing icon has a fascination for top-notch luxury cars. Through his long career inside the squared and over the years, Floyd Mayweather‘s fleet of cars has expanded ten-fold. He has mentioned in Instagram videos before that he has over a hundred luxury cars to his name.

Turns out, his total car collection could be worth over $40 million!

Here are some of the most beautiful cars the world champion has owned so far –

Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita

The Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita could possibly be one of the rarest cars Floyd has ever owned. Boxing’s ‘Pretty Boy’ owned one of only two of these in the world, worth $4.7 million. It has 1,018 horsepower and a top speed of over 254 mph.

However, like most of the cars he buys, Mayweather even sold this ultra-rare car in 2017. He reportedly used the money from the sale of this car to buy a $20 million (£16 million) yacht he was looking to purchase at the time.

Bugatti Chiron

In 2016, Floyd Mayweather replaced his old Bugatti Veyrons with a black and orange Bugatti Chiron. He reportedly acquired this car for $3.5 million at its 2016 Geneva Motor Show debut.

 

Floyd owned and sold multiple Ferrari Enzos

After defeating Manny Pacquiao in 2015, Floyd Mayweather treated himself to a brand new Bugatti Veyron by selling off not one, but two Ferrari Enzos. One of Mayweather’s Ferrari Enzos was reportedly sold at RM Sothebys for $4.8 million.

Floyd has James Bond’s car as well

As seen in the movie Skyfall, much like James Bond, Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather also drives the Aston Martin One-77. The champ added the One-77 to his collection in 2015 for $3.3 million. As the name implies, the One-77 is limited to 77 units; only 3 of which are in the United States and one of which belongs to Floyd.

Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse

Mayweather bought a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse in October 2015. 18 months down the line, he has lost interest as he later decided to sell it for a whopping $3,950,000.

When Mayweather bought the supercar in 2015, the five-division world champion had paid $3,498,000. Interestingly, even after two years of ownership, the price for the vehicle has not gone down. In fact, it has increased by $452,000.

Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren

Floyd Mayweather sold his 2006 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren, with 7,900 miles on the odometer in 2014. Hardly driven, the car looked immaculate at the time of sale. However, that tidiness came at a price of $205,000.

Apart from just these, ‘Money’ Mayweather has many other high-end cars parked in and around his estates across the country. Which one is your favorite?

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Sanjit Misra

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Sanjit Misra is a boxing author at EssentiallySports. Sanjit fused his passion for writing with his love for jabs, hooks, and uppercuts and entered the realm of boxing journalism. The elegance, the sweet science, and the finesse of hand-to-hand combat was what initially drew him into the world of boxing.

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