Not that we're jealous, or anything.
Imagine having so much money to burn, you could afford to buy the same supercar multiple times. Well, that's just what boxing champion Floyd Mayweather has done. Before his highly-publicised duel with Connor McGregor, the undefeated boxing star couldn't resist showing off his obscene wealth by announcing that he's added not one, but two LaFerraris to his extensive supercar collection. According to a video posted by FlightHype, Mayweather purchased one LaFerrari in traditional Rosso Red and one white model.
As Ferrari aficionados will know, white isn't offered as a factory color for the LaFerrari. Not that it's unusual for Ferraris to have custom paint finishes, of course. In fact, many of the exotic supercars in Mayweather's collection are finished in white, including two Bentleys, two Rolls-Royces and a few Ferraris.
Mayweather has a habit of buying his supercars in pairs: he also owns multiple Bugatti Veyrons, two of which were recently sold off, and he's already placed a $3.5 million order for a Bugatti Chiron. His collection also includes several convertible supercars including a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, so one of his new LaFerraris could be an ultra-rare Aperta Spyder to go with them. The LaFerrari won't be the most expensive car he's ever owned, either – that would be the ultra-rare Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita worth $4.8 million, one of only two examples in the world capable of 0-62 mph 2.9 seconds and has a top speed of more than 254 mph.
As if we needed to be reminded how ridiculously rich the boxing star is, Mayweather revealed the new additions to his supercar collection during an interview on his private jet, where he also showed off some expensive watches and a recent paycheck he earned for, wait for it, $100 million. No doubt it's only a matter of time before he flaunts his LaFerraris on social media. Not that we're jealous, or anything.