Earlier this summer, after putting just 194 miles on it, Floyd Mayweather decided that he had had enough of his $3.2 million Ferrari Enzo and put it on the market for $3.8 million. And while it's still a little unclear if he got the asking price for it, it doesn't seem like he's going to let the extra space in his garage go to waste. Because over the weekend, Mayweather announced that he had purchased a new car worth—get this—$4.8 million.
The car is a Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita, and there are only two of them in the world. It reportedly tops out at about 250 MPH and goes 0 to 60 in less than three seconds. And, well, did we mention that it's worth almost $5 million?! Here's the (very obnoxious) Instagram caption Mayweather included along with a photo of the car:
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."
Given Mayweather's history of not driving his most expensive cars, what's the point in even buying this ride other than to prove (once again) that he's filthy rich? That thing is going to look sooooooo great parked in his garage gathering dust!
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[via TMZ Sports]