Floyd Mayweather's Old 2015 Bugatti Grand Sport Vitesse Is Now For Sale On eBay

By on April 19, 2017 in ArticlesCelebrity Cars

It was only a couple weeks ago that the news came out that Floyd Mayweather was looking to liquidate part of his famous car collection. Now, another car that used to be owned by the conspicuous consumer and boxer has shown up on the open market – this one on eBay!

That's right, anybody with an eBay account can make an offer on the 2015 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse formerly owned by Floyd Mayweather, who recently sold the car for an undisclosed price to Luxury Auto Collection, a firm in Scottsdale, Arizona that specializes in, well, luxury automobiles (this same company has acquired a 2011 Bugatti Grand Sport from Mayweather, as well). And even if it wasn't a former component of Money's armada, this car might well be worth something close to the $3.95 million asking price L.A.C. has set for it, at least if its product description is to be believed:

"Current on all services, this Bugatti is powered by a W16 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged engine producing up to 1,200hp. It has a top speed is 254 mph, with a 0 to 60 time of 2.4 seconds. With only 150 Grand Sports built worldwide, and these car was one of the last Garnd Sports [sic] brought to the US."

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The car is satin black with a leather interior of black and orange, and the description also specifies that the car has only one previous owner, the "undefeated boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr." Like a cherry on top, the car "comes with two keys, plus the speed key, battery charger, car cover and presentation booklet." Mayweather paid almost $3.5 million for the car when he purchased it back in 2015.

Articles Written by Joseph Gibson
Joseph Gibson is a freelance writer currently based in Austin, TX. His main interests are movies, music, books, and other things you can watch, read, or listen to. Follow Joseph on Google+.
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