Our favorite Boxing Champion, Floyd Mayweather, is cleaning out his garage. If you’ve been looking for a new hypercar daily driver, two of his Bugatti Veyron Grand Sports are up for sale. Carscoops noticed the listings from the Luxury Auto Collection in Scottsdale, AZ and knew the pair by their unique features.
The only person to ever appear on the cover of the duPont REGISTRY, Mr. Mayweather opened his doors for an interview featuring his car collection back in 2012. His first Bugatti was a Veyron coupe in Silver/White, which is not listed for sale.
That first Veyron made such an impression that he bought a red and black coupe in 2014
But he knows when to play it safe, and when to strike. The market surrounding the first Veyron Grand Sports was as heated as the Chiron is now, so back in 2015, he made a few strategic moves to purchase a matte white 2011 Veyron Super Sport with a white/red interior. It’s powered by the same 8.0-liter W16 engine as the coupes, making 1,000 horsepower and 922 lb-ft of torque.
After the defeat of Manny Pacquiao, he rewarded himself with a Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita. A car collection valued at $30 million was planned to be capped by a Pagani Huayra and an Aston-Martin One-77 in late 2015. It was around then our dealers began to receive the higher output Grand Sport Vitesse models. Aimed at top speed domination, the Vitesse is French for “Speed” and it made use of larger turbos and intercoolers to deliver 1,200 horsepower and 1,106 lb-ft of torque. A few older members of the collection were sold to make room for a 2015 Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse. He purchased the menacing monster from Braman Bugatti for a cool $3.5 Million.
But now with the impending arrival of the Bugatti Chiron, a few of the older cars have to go. First up is the matte white 2011 example. It has red carbon fiber accents and a two-tone interior With 1,650 miles shown, it has recently received a full service and new tires to add to a complete service history.
Only 150 Grand Sports were built, so these two represent a significant part of automotive history. The Vitesse is finished in satin black with exposed carbon fiber and an orange interior. With only 1,041 miles it is destined to become the centerpiece of a breathtaking automotive collection. Listed at $3.95 million, it’s a bargain for being able to reach 254 mph on your daily commute. If you don’t want the hassle of owning a celebrity car, our dealers have other Veyrons for sale that might tickle your fancy. Stay with us for all your Bugatti news and updates from Floyd’s garage.