Now, we’re not quite sure if one of those LaFerraris is the Aperta, though Mayweather has always been a fan of convertibles and two of his Veyrons are just that, including the Grand Sport Vitesse worth $2.2 million.
White and red are reassuring colors for him. Once he put together a collection of white exotics that included two Bentleys, two Rolls-Royces and a couple of Ferraris. Also, he had a bunch of classic Prancing Horse supercars finished in the obvious color: red.
Reports suggested that Mayweather’s most expensive car is a $4.8 million Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita. Apparently, he also paid $3.5 million for the new Bugatti Chiron, but we can’t find any pictures of him and the car, so it hasn’t been delivered.
You can never feel bad for this guy because he makes more money in one minute of fighting than most people make in a lifetime.
By comparison, Conor McGregor has a relatively modest collection. Sure, he’s got the usual Rolls-Royce and Lamborghini Aventador Roadster. But not two of everything.
You might be able to argue that Mayweather is reckless with his money, but he even addresses that in the interview, saying that his investments are doing well and he can still afford to keep the jet and staff. We’ll let you know once he uploads photos of the LaFerraris to social media.