The ultimate joy ride for luxury vehicle enthusiasts


Floyd Mayweather continues to make news, two years after he last entered the ring. The 40-year-old boxer, who hasn’t fought since beating Andre Berto in September 2015, recently made headlines during a trip to the United Kingdom. Before an event at the Birmingham ICC, Mayweather’s luxury “money team” van was set ablaze. Thankfully, firefighters were able to put out the blazing van. Is there a silver lining for Mayweather? Well, apparently losing a van won’t even put a dent in his luxury car collection.

Mayweather's Car Collection

The retired boxer, who continues to flirt with the UFC’s Conor McGregor about a star-studded fight, apparently has a large car collection worth more than $6 million. A Gulfstream GIII roughly valued at $2 million and a Bugatti 16.4 Veyron worth $1.3 million are a part of his extensive collection. In fact, a couple years ago, Mayweather posted a picture on Twitter of several of his cars lined up in front of his private jet.

This was only a glimpse into Mayweather’s collection, though. He reportedly has owned over 100 luxury cars throughout the course of his career. The boxer has so many vehicles, he has to house them in two different locations – Miami and Las Vegas. The darker colored cars stay in Vegas, while white cars are housed in Miami. Mayweather, who is worth nearly $350 million, seems to have no problem flying across the country to check up on his cars (he does have a private jet after all). Other cars in Floyd’s incredible arsenal, include a Lamborghini Aventador, Bentley Mulsanne, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, and a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport, valued at nearly $2 million.

Mayweather wasn’t done there, as he reportedly owns a Rolls-Royce Ghost and a Ferrari 458, among many others. It’s pretty obvious how the boxer has been spending his retirement. And, by spending, we mean spending lots of dough on luxury vehicles.

Retirement Plans For Mayweather

If losing a van puts Mayweather in debt, then he’ll likely squash his beef with McGregor and figure out a new landmark fighting payout. His 2015 fight against Manny Pacquiao, reportedly netted him somewhere in the neighborhood of $200 million. If he can at least match that figure in a fight against McGregor, we’re quite confident his car collection will only grow larger!