An arriviste of epic proportions, Floyd Mayweather has amassed a collection of exotic cars that is anything but subtle. With Koenigseggs, Lamborghinis, Ferraris, and Bugattis—many of which have "Money Mayweather" tackily emblazoned on them—the collection is no doubt impressive. But in order to make room for new, the old must go—and in this case, that means the champ is selling two Bugatti Veyrons: a 2011 Grand Sport and a 2015 Grand Sport Vitesse, both of which have been driven only around 1,000 miles each.
Luxury Auto Collection, based out of Scottsdale, Arizona, is tasked with selling the two multi-million dollar supercars. The 2011 Veyron Grand Vitesse, with its Pearl White matte finish, has an asking price of $2.45 million; the 2015 Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, cloaked in a satin black finish over bare carbon fiber, is going for $3.95 million. Both cars, of course, feature Bugatti's vaunted 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged W-16, but while the 2011 Grand Vitesse only gets by with a paltry 1,000 horsepower, the 2015 Grand Sport Vitesse gets the full 1,200 ponies.
While the asking prices for these cars are no doubt astronomical, they do reflect the rarity and possible provenance of each car. But since most Bugattis could only be afforded by the extraordinarily wealthy, it'll be interesting to see if Mayweather's ownership truly does increase the value of cars he's owned.