Floyd Mayweather’s Selling His Pair Of Bugatti Veyrons [86 Photos + Video]

Professional athletes often make more money than they know what to do with – prize fighters especially. Floyd Mayweather, Jr. has been known to spend a lot of his cash on cars. And now he’s selling two… but not just any two.

Among the millions upon millions that the champ –regarded as one of the best fighters the world has ever known – has dropped on high-end exotic supercars were a pair of Bugatti Veyrons that he picked up for a combined total of $6.5 million (or about one tenth of his total fortune).

Those two Veyrons – both roadsters – are now listed for sale by the Luxury Auto Collection, a dealership based out of the automotive-clearing metropolis of Scottsdale, Arizona.

In one corner (if you’ll pardon the expression) is a 2011 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport in white and red. It’s decked out in matte white with red carbon trim on the outside, and red and white leather inside. Based on the earlier spec, Bugatti’s signature 8.0-liter quad-turbo W16 engine here cranks out about 1,000 horsepower. With just over 1,668 miles on the odometer, it’s listed for $2.45 million.

Alongside it, the broker also has listed Mayweather’s 2015 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse – featuring that same removable roof panel as the first, but with the more potent engine from the Super Sport good for around 1,200 hp. It’s done up in a livery reminiscent of the world-record edition, with matte black bodywork offset by bright orange trim inside and out. With four fewer years to play with it, the champ only put 1,041 miles on this one, and it’s listed for an eye-watering $3.95 million.

Mayweather may be clearing these out to make room for (and perhaps finance the purchase of) his incoming Chiron. Then again, he’s also been known to own a Koenigsegg, a Ferrari Enzo, and a variety of other seven-figure exotics. So who knows what fiscal responsibility looks like for a guy with more money than some small countries.

Either way, if they both sell for their asking prices, he’ll have recouped almost as much as he paid for them, and have plenty left over after taking delivery of their replacement. Check them each out in the (very) extensive image galleries below, and the Vitesse in the video as well.

2011 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport

2015 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse


  • Erzhik

    Those list prices are insane.

  • KenjiK

    I’m having a hard time figuring out why some people are ready to pay such a huge mark up on the price of something, just because it used to belong to some celebrity.

    • Infinite1

      I wonder the same thing, but people out there will buy it. Look at the Suburban and BMW that Biggie and Tupac got killed in, people are sick and they will own something that a celebrity has previously own. If a celebrity took a s**t in a Prius, I guarantee you that it will end up in a auction selling for 2 to 4 times it’s value….

    • T_Cake

      Maybe they believe that the Veyrons now have Mayweather traits, like dancing around and not getting hit.

    • Johnny On the Spot

      Its not because its a celebrity lol, the people buying those cars are either celebrities or very important people. Cars like that there are only a few made in the entire world so they hold their value and can even appreciate over time

      • KenjiK

        I highly doubt this.
        You can find Veyron GS and GSV for a lot cheaper than those 2. Remember that base f430 that belonged to trump? Remind me how much it did sell for? Remember that Surburban that jaynvius is talking about? How much is it worth?
        Those are far from being limited edition cars.

      • Tydogg123 .

        Not likely when you pay an outrageous $6.5 million for them. Supercars can appreciate nicely in value if purchased at the right price and time the sale well – but I believe this is an example of buying high and trying to sell when the market is off. Folks with the dough are putting down deposits on the new Bug, dropping the value and desire on the older model.

        • Johnny On the Spot

          I saw a recent video where Floyd said he’s so busy dealing with his company that he’s either always traveling by plane or getting driven around because he needs to be able to communicate with people through phone and email so he said he was selling pretty much all his cars and just going to keep a few, he also put the Koenigsegg up for sale which he bought for 4.8 mill a little over a year ago. @disqus_MyT7Ecah7x:disqus Yeah and a lot of those base models were cheaper when they are initially sold also, u can buy s buggatti for like 1.6. But the Black and orange one he bought for 3.5 so obviously their is something unique about that specific model. F430 not that special, Floyd bought a 2004 Enzo for 3.2 mill and sold it for 3.3 mill at the end of the year before he bought the Koenigsegg

          • KenjiK

            He sold his enzo to a dealership. How much did that very same dealer tried to resell the car? Stating very clearly that it used to belong to mayweather?
            It may be black and orange, but it’s still not the World Record Edition. It is as unique as every other Veyron GS on the market.

    • Ricky, Bubbles & Julian

      i don’t think the price will be enhanced b/c he owned it. i think the scarcity as well as the pristine condition is what makes them bring the prices they do.

  • Blade t

    Those are gonna sit at those prices….

  • Bash

    I would take home the white one thought.

  • spoony20

    Floyd is getting over like a fat rat, for those that remember, he didn’t pay for either car. The MGM gave him those cars as gifts from the fights with Canelo and Pacquiao because of the money he generated from the fights, all Floyd did was tell them (MGM) what color he wanted.

    • Johnny On the Spot

      I think he bought the black one, he also had another white blue and grey one, I think that was the first one the MGM gave him

    • 12333444333

      Thanks for your inaccurate comments.