According to TMZ, he’s ready to spend $3.5 million dollars to add the Chiron to his garage when it finally is ready for the public. The old Bugatti was seen being loaded on to a shipping truck to make its way to its new owner.
Mayweather will be down one Bugatti until the Chiron arrives in the spring, so he’ll just have to make do with one of the other incredible cars in his garage. His collection includes cars like the Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita, which is a $5 million ride, so we think’ll he be okay.
The Chiron is set to be a monster of a car. Its 8.0-liter W16 will reportedly produce 1,500 horsepower with 1,107 lb-ft of torque. Top speed could be as high as 209 mph. The car will make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show this March.