Have you ever heard about of a “cheap Bugatti”? well, if not Floyd Mayweather has.
During an interview with ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith, Mayweather referred to one of his Bugatti as “a cheap car” and we cannot blame Smith for his reaction upon hearing that, to be honest I myself would react the same way if I heard such a statement. All that said, the “Cheap” aspect goes to explain why Mayweather has lots of cars which also includes other Bugatti’s.
Before we get to what the famed boxer has parked in his garage lets first address this “cheap” Bugatti story. The cheap Bugatti that Mayweather is talking about is estimated to cost $1.6 million, in fact, the price might be slightly higher in some countries. Sitting next to the Bugatti are a Grand Sport which estimated to be worth $3 million.
Mayweather also has in his garage a white Aventador LP700-4 which he bought on the first day after being released from prison. He goes on to add that he does not necessarily drive the cars that he has and that he is more like a car collector, he just collects them for fun.
Joining the multiple Veyrons which are in his garage and the Aventador are a number of sports cars including Ferrari Enzo, the elegant Rolls Royce Ghost, a Ferrari 458 Italia and a McLaren 650S. Picturing all those cars in his garage and the fact that he doesn’t drive it’s a huge shame.
Mayweather is set to battle it out in the ring with Manny Pacquiao in a fight which has been dubbed the most expensive fight ever. To make it even more interesting is the fact that he is bound to make lots of money even if he loses the fight.