Floyd Mayweather Jr. likes to show off that he has a lot of money, and his latest purchase is a $4.8 million Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita. The Swedish vehicle pops from 0 to 60 mph in less than three seconds and hits a maximum speed of 250 mph. We know it is a big deal because on Instagram, Mayweather says the car is "for the super rich."
My new 4.8 Million dollar car. $4,800,000.00 Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita supercar KOENIGSEGG Is An ULTRA Boutique Automobile Manufacturer For The Super Rich. KOENIGSEGG made only 2 TREVITA'S for the World, and this is No.2 of 2. In addition it is the only USA Spec TREVITA Built in the World. The Origin of the car is Sweden. The word TREVITA means "3 Whites". It is beyond a Super Car, and is classified as a " Hyper Car".
Mayweather says in his Instagram caption that his Koenigsegg CCXR Trevitas is one of two in the world, but according to gtspirit.com, there are three.
This will replace his Ferrari Enzo, a car he bought for $3.2 million in January. Mayweather put the Enzo, previously owned by the Shiekh of Abu Dhabi, on the market for $3.8 million in June. Mayweather reportedly drove only 194 miles in the Ferrari during his ownership.
According to Forbes, in June, Mayweather had recorded $300 million in earnings during the past 12 months. He shattered Tiger Woods' previous 12-month record of $115 million in 2008. If Mayweather worked on Wall Street in 2014, he would have been the 14th top-earning hedge fund manager.
Here's Mayweather, 38, with his cars (and private plane) earlier this year:
Welcome to my toy world! Who wants to come out & play? Bugatti Veyron $1,600,000 Bugatti Veyron $1,600,000 Bugatti Gran Sport $3,000,000 Ferrari 458 Spider $360,000 Ferrari 458 Spider $360,000 Lamborghini Aventador $390,000 Porsche 911 Turbo S $205,000 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano $350,000 Private Jet #AirMayweather www.themoneyteam.com
On Aug. 4, it was announced Mayweather's next opponent will be Andre Berto on Sept. 12 in Las Vegas. Mayweather will put his 48-0 record on the line in what he insists will be his final bout before retirement.