In case you didn’t know…. Money Mayweather is coming back, baby! Since his retirement in 2017, and then kicking ass in a Japanese exhibition in 2018, Floyd went off the circuit for a while before fighting Logan Paul.
One thing that hasn’t gone anywhere: Floyd’s fantastic car collection. The billion-dollar boxer has one of the most ridiculous collections of any celebrity out there with over 100 cars! And that’s not 100 Chevy Sparks, ladies and gentlemen, Mayweather’s got some serious wheels in the stable. So many, in fact, that we had to break down this list by brand.
This is Floyd’s fantastic cars…
Badass Boxing Bugattis
Floyd’s love for Bugattis runs deep. So deep, in fact, that it was rumored he bought the one-off Bugatti La Voiture Noire that debuted at the Geneva Motor Show and sold for almost $19 million. However, since he’s been known to post pics of his new wheels to his Instagram, and no such picture of the Black Bugatti has been posted to his account, it’s safe to say these rumors are false.
So which Bugattis does Money Mayweather really own? Well, let’s just start off by mentioning that he’s got not one, not two, but three Bugatti Veyrons! Each of which is worth an absurd $1.7 million! You’d think one would be enough… right?
But that’s not all, he’s also got the younger brother of the Veyron, the Bugatti Chiron, with an 8-liter W16 engine putting out over 1,500 horses and hitting top speeds of 261 miles per hour! This beastly Bugatti was the fastest production car on the planet back in 2019. And all that power’s worth somewhere in the neighborhood of $3.5 million. So, are those the only multi-million dollar Bugattis in Floyd’s garage? Nope. He’s also got a Grand Sport Vitesse worth $2 million that can do 253 miles per hour, which isn’t as fast as the Chiron, but was also a record-setter when it was released back in 2013.
All in all, Mayweather’s Bugattis alone are worth around $10.5 million. And expensive cars are expensive to maintain. Apparently Floyd spends over a million dollars just on taxes and maintenance for his Bugattis every year! I get upset when I have to spend $50 on an oil change…
While Floyd’s Bugattis may be close to his heart, in terms of the cars he owns the most of, it seems like Rolls-Royce is taking the title belt. Sure, a lot of A-list celebs have been seen riding around in a Rolls, but it seems like Floyd’s got one for each day of the month!
He’s got a black 2020 Dawn worth $350,000, a white 2020 Cullinan worth $440,000, a black and a white Rolls-Royce Wraith, worth $480,000 and $300,000, and wait for it… six Rolls-Royce Phantoms. Six! That’s a several-hundred-thousand-dollar car and the man owns six of them! That, my friends, is luxury to an absolute extreme. I wonder if he pulled up to a Rolls-Royce dealership and just asked for every Phantom they had… And they must’ve run out, because the Money Man also bought two Phantom Drophead Coupes on top of that, each worth around $360,000. Oh, and did I forget to mention he also has three Rolls-Royce Ghosts? I mean, come on, Floyd’s garage has more Wraiths, Phantoms, and Ghosts than a haunted graveyard!
But perhaps the sickest whip that Mayweather bought from the British automaker was his Rolls-Royce limousine! If you own any limo outright, you know you’re rich. If you own a Rolls-Royce limo? You must be Floyd Money Mayweather. This sleek stretch vehicle is worth $3.8 million, and can hit frightening tops speeds for a limousine. With its 6.5-liter twin-turbocharged V12, this thing can get going up to 154 miles per hour and go 0-60 in 5.4 seconds! Remember, this is a limo we’re talking about!
Floyd’s Rolls-Royces alone are worth at least $6.4 million, if not more.
Floyd’s Fabulous Ferraris
Let’s kick it off with the big dog, Floyd’s LaFerrari Aperta. With only 210 of these limited-production hypercars ever made, you had to be invited by Ferrari to buy one. However, unlike some other companies who make limited-run supercars, you can actually buy and sell the Aperta without being sued by Ferrari. It was originally sold for $2 million in the initial release, but its value has shot up to as much as $7 million on the free market. Which means if you were one of the first 210 people to buy one, you can flip a ridiculous profit today. And with 949 horsepower emanating from a hybridized V12 and a top speed of 218 miles per hour, it’s easy to see why.
But enough about the Aperta, Floyd’s got another limited edition Ferrari that’s worth a nice chunk of change. The Ferrari Enzo, of which there were only 400 made. This car was released at the Paris Motor Show in 2002 boasting heavy F1 influence and 660 ponies. Originally sold for $670,000, this car is now worth around $2.4 million! I guess cars can be a good investment if you can get your hands on a limited release Ferrari supercar.
Mayweather’s also got some other Ferraris in his garage that he threw some pocket change on. And by that I mean he bought two 458 Italias, Ferrari’s award-winning convertible mid-engine worth around $234,000 apiece, and he bought a 599 GTB Fiorano worth $245,000. And as stunning as these cars are, with all the other super-expensive street cars in Floyd’s collection, he honestly might’ve forgotten he owns them…
No pro athlete’s garage is complete without a few Stuttgart stunners to show off, and Mr. Mayweather is no exception. Probably the crown jewel of his Mercedes collection would have to be the SLR McLaren, yet another limited-run car that Mayweather managed to get his hands on. Since there were only a little over 2,000 of these ever made, the value of these shark-like street machines has jumped up to around $1.4 million. But rarity isn’t the only thing the SLR McLaren has going for it, this car is the pinnacle of performance, the last flagship Mercedes ever produced without any input from AMG. That protruding front end that looks like the nose of a great white shark makes this car extremely aerodynamic, and the engine and suspension are everything you’d expect from a high-end Mercedes.
But let’s be clear, when AMG came into the picture, the quality definitely didn’t drop for Mercedes, and Floyd knows that as well as anyone. The boxing champ also has an SLS AMG in the stable so he can hop in those gullwing doors after knocking somebody the f**k out. This winged beast offers a 6.2-liter V8 hooked up to a 7-speed transmission and churns out 583 horsepower. AMG toted their creation as the world’s most powerful naturally aspirated engine. And that might be the only AMG that Floyd drives, but he also bought an AMG for his daughter on Christmas. I guess even lethal boxers have a soft side. Floyd’s daughter Lyanna got a silver Mercedes AMG G63 worth over $150,000. That’s just about unbeatable when it comes to luxury SUVs. All I got for Christmas was socks and underwear… oh well.
Other additions to Floyd’s Mercedes collection include two Mercedes Maybach S600s, one in white and one in black, of course, each worth somewhere around $150,000. I guess when a car isn’t expensive enough for Floyd, he has to get two of them.
Aston Martin One-77 and Pagani Huayra
After Floyd Mayweather had several of his vehicles burned to a crisp in a fire back in 2015, he seemed to get over the loss pretty quickly by buying up two super expensive replacements: an Aston Martin One-77 and a Pagani Huayra.
The One-77 was first unveiled at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show. And yes, this is another limited-production supercar, and the one in Floyd’s garage is actually one of 77 ever made, hence the name. Due to how rare it is and the fact that it’s hooked up with a 750 horsepower 7.3-liter V12, this car is now worth around $3 million. For most people, that’s more than we can ever hope to make in a lifetime. For Floyd, a drop in the bucket.
The Pagani Huayra that he purchased around the same time, the successor of the Zonda, was a collaborative effort between Pagani and Mercedes AMG, and they only ever rolled out 100 units of this super-rare hypercar. “Huayra” is the name of a South American wind god, and that starts to make sense once you hop in the gullwing doors, launch to 60 in just 2.2 seconds, and start flying at top speeds of 236 miles per hour. That’s the kind of power even the world’s deadliest boxer can appreciate. The Huayra’s worth up around $1.4 million these days.
So, I think by now we’ve covered most of the craziest cars in Floyd Money Mayweather’s collection. However, there are some honorable mentions sitting in his stable that we have to include.
The champ’s also sitting on a Lamborghini Aventador S worth $393,000 that’s got around 700 horsepower bursting from its massive V12. Kind of crazy that this car is an honorable mention, but when you got a collection like this, it sort of makes sense.
He’s also got a Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet worth $200,000 for when he needs something that’s actually practical to drive. And not too long ago he bought up a 2020 Bentley Continental GT worth $198,000, also a bit more practical than zooming to the supermarket in a Pagani Huayra.
Apparently, for whipping around his estate, the Money Man bought himself a $20,000 Bentley golf cart. And if you’re surprised that they even make those, I’m right there with you. Honestly, now that I’ve seen one, I must say they look a little bit ridiculous.
So, what’s the overall value of Floyd’s fantastic cars? We’re pretty sure it’s up around $23 million! But I guess when you’re a billion-dollar prize fighter, you get to have nice things.