Mayweather Just Took Delivery Of One Of The Rarest Hypercars Ever


$4.8 million later.

Well, it’s official. After plenty of anticipation and hype surrounding Floyd Mayweather’s latest car purchase, it has been reported that the champion boxer has finally taken delivery of his Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita at long last. There were lots of rumors leading up to Mayweather's purchase of the ultra-rare hypercar. Some even speculated that Floyd was on the verge of purchasing two CCXR Trevitas. However, at $4.8 million a pop, we're quite sure that the champ is very pleased with his new ride.

The limited CCXR Trevita is one of only three ever produced and will join Mayweather's already spectacular collection of luxury automobiles. The special Koenigsegg has a twin supercharged 4.8-liter V8 that pumps out an insane 1,018 hp. The incredible Swedish hypercar is also capable of hitting 60 mph in only 2.9 seconds and has a ridiculous top speed of 254 mph.

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