Good news, everybody: Floyd "Money" Mayweather is making ostentatious purchases again.
Despite raking in some $300 million this year, making him far and away the world's highest-paid athlete, Mayweather went the Cars.com route a few months back, when he parted ways with his ultra-rare Ferrari for a shade under $4 million to pave the way for an upgrade. While he intended on turning his profits into a couple of puppies, he instead settled for a Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita, which sounds like a fancy espresso machine but is actually one of – if not the – rarest car on the planet.
In other words, it's the perfect purchase for a man who's constantly on the prowl for a good old-fashioned pissing contest.
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".
Unlike his former Ferrari Enzo, which was previously owned by the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi, Mayweather is one of two people on the planet to own a CCXR Trevita. You can read all the ridiculous particulars here – like how "Trevita" is Swedish for "three whites" or that the car comes coated in a custom carbon fiber "that shines like millions of diamonds" when the sun hits it – but all you really need to know is it tops out at 254 miles per hour and goes from 0 to 60 in 2.9 seconds. It's practically a bullet, and one you won't see on U.S. soil unless you happen to cross paths with Mayweather.