John Cena and Floyd Mayweather are great fighters. They both have the muscles, the agility and the techniques that one needs to succeed in any kind of fight. Also, they have defeated many strong opponents in their respective careers. They definitely have a passion for the ring.
But this is a car blog. We don’t care about muscle (without the “car” at the end), agility or technique. We care about cars and surprisingly for the two fighters, so do they.
Mayweather and Cena share another passion – cars. But not just any cars. They go for the special ones. They go for the luxury, power, muscle, and uniqueness. They go for the models that remain an irresistible attraction even as they age. Of course, in order to satisfy such extravagant taste, you need a lot of space.
So, both fighters have large garages, full of impressive models that they have been buying as they make tons of money knocking out their opponents, and in the true spirit of their sport, that’s what they are going to do here. Ladies and gentlemen, we have a fight.
Wait! A fight between a wrestling star and a great boxer? Is that fair?
Yes. By all means.
What you have in this article is a fight without knockouts or jabs. As a matter of fact, the kicks and jabs have been replaced by great speed, great engine, and extraordinary luxury.
It is a fight for the greatest car collection. So here are the rules.
Each fighter will attack his opponent with a model he owns. And at the end of it all, you’ll decide the winner. Car nuts and grease monkeys, let’s get ready to rumble!
25 Mayweather - Bentley Golf Cart
Mayweather is definitely not a palooka who makes a dumb move. With his incredible car collection, he definitely believes that this is going to be an easy fight.
So, his first move is a golf cart modified to look like a Bentley.
It's not that Bentley makes golf carts. You may even question if this cart really belongs to his collection because, in fact, he gifted it to his son when the kid turned fifteen. The idea was that while his son was not old enough to have a driver’s license, he could drive around in a Bentley.
Yes, most petrol heads have a deep hate for golf carts especially when they are removed from the golf course and given the tag “electric”, but this is a rather loveable one.
The modified golf cart has a really beautiful design. It has got wide sports wheels that quickly call the attention because of the large, shining chrome rims. The front emulates the design of a Bentley with the hood and headlights in the exact geometry of the actual car.
The V-shaped hood has the Bentley logo at the top to make it look real. In the back, it has the standard space to fit two golf bags placed upright.
24 John Cena - 1970 Mercury Cougar
John Cena feels the opportunity. Well, the little golf cart might be fun for the kid and also expensive, one thing it doesn't have is an engine that roars.
So, Cena unleashes an impeccable, timeless Mercury Cougar. This is a very impressive piece of his collection of old timers.
But why muscle?
Because this Cougar has a V8 under the hood that produces 300hp and an incredible roar.
Compared to the ponies of the Bentley golf cart, this is the power of an exploding star. Also if we factor in the technology at that time, this is one hell of an engine. The Mercury Cougar is built on a stretched Mustang chassis. This gives it a longer wheelbase while keeping the sports look due to its two-door, hatchback design.
The front has hideaway headlights with black doors that are mounted on a chrome bumper. This gives the Cougar that wild, mean look.
John Cena keeps it as close as possible to its original condition. It's painted in competition orange with front-to-rear black stripes on the sides. The side mirrors are also painted orange. Let's not forget the black air intake mounted on top of the hood to complement the sports style.
23 Mayweather - Porsche 911 Turbo
That Mercury was a hard punch to the left cheek, but Mayweather is the reigning undefeated champion. He’s got a comeback and it’s in the form a Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet.
Believe it or not, this car might be one of the “cheapest” models that Mayweather possess. Maybe this is the reason why this car hasn't been used much.
Well, $200,000 cheap.
This 911 Turbo develops an amazing 520hp with its rear-mounted six-cylinder engine. Compared to the Mercury, you can call this a black hole. It has a manual transmission with seven speeds and can reach 60 in only 3.2 seconds.
This Porsche is a piece of fine German engineering from bumper to bumper. The short distance between the axles makes the car very agile and stable. It sticks to the ground even at high speeds.
Porsche is a luxury brand there's no doubt about it. The interior is perfectly crafted with leather upholstery and the driver has a very comfortable position even when the roof is open.
Let’s see what Cena has to say about that.
22 John Cena - 1969 AMC AMX
Still a little dizzy for the 911 Turbo strike, John Cena has to quickly think of his next move. It is definitely not a Porsche but it is much harder to find than a 911. A collection piece. Here comes his AMC AMX.
This is the most powerful car American Motors has ever built. The massive 6.4-liter V8 engine under its hood develops 315hp for fantastic performance.
A two-seater just like the 911, this AMX has a flat roof for more headroom and a fastback design as the roofline descends nicely to meet the rear panel. Rear space is small but the trunk can fit some bags together with the spare tire and tools. In the nose, it has two dominant headlights aligned with the wide grille and suspended fog lights mounted in the front bumper.
The wheels are made of darkened steel with a chromed-steel trim ring that adds sportiness. It is also equipped with fat, high profile BF Goodrich Radial tires.
The AMX is definitely a muscle car. Correction – a big muscle car. It looks very aggressive on any street. The wrestler keeps it in perfect shape painted in competition green with thick black stripes on top of the hood and roof.
21 Mayweather - Bentley Flying Spur
Mayweather gets caught by the surprise strike. The AMC AMX is not only a matter of money. It is also very hard to find one in such a perfect condition.
So, he changes the strategy. No more sportscars now. This time, he strikes with an elegant Bentley Flying Spur.
Bentley means luxury and performance bonded together by fine engineering. The Flying Spur model is a big, roomy, four-door sedan. Actually much bigger and a lot more powerful than the Bentley Golf Cart he started his fight with. But yet, it has the same headlight and grille design, which is the visual identity of a Bentley.
Fortunate buyers of this beauty can customize the interior colors and comfort details. The large sedan has a soul of a sports car thanks to the W12 engine that reaches 616hp to bring the bulky body from zero to sixty in a mere 4.3 seconds.
At speed, the soul of a sports car is also present in the car. An onboard computer controls the suspension to ensure stability when cornering. It also works on shock absorption to give the passengers an incredibly smooth ride and to ensure perfect handling for the driver.
20 John Cena - 1966 Dodge Hemi Charger
Yes, the Flying Spur is a strong blow to the hips, but Cena thinks the old model collection is making its effect in the fight. So, he throws in his perfect 1966 Dodge Hemi Charger.
Just look at this Dodge! I’d call it a sucker punch.
It has a long, stretched design even though it is a two-door fastback. It shines its perfect, spotless black body with chrome details. It is classic and wild at the same time.
And it has got power! Lots of it.
Under the hood is a giant 6.0L V8 Hemi engine that deploys 325hp and roars like a lion. Now you understand why the Dodge Charger has been the king of the drag strip for a long time.
In the aggressive front, the headlights are hidden under doors that have the same finishing as the grille. So, the whole grille looks like a wide grille from side to side, with a chromed frame all around it.
The red interior has a lot of room for driver and passengers plus a large trunk in the stretched rear. The car is also equipped with low profile tires assembled on alloy wheels with chrome finishing.
Another unique piece of John Cena's collection, another strong strike in this fight.
19 Mayweather - Bentley Mulsanne
John Cena’s old school car collection just gets better and better, but Mayweather won’t take these strikes lying down. He’s pulling out another Bentley. It’s the Bentley Mulsanne.
In fact, he has a whole fleet of them just in case Cena wants more.
The Bentley Mulsanne is also a big sedan with a big engine and a price tag of more than $300,0000. Let’s just say this is your house on wheels, and Mayweather has more than one of them.
Under the hood of your rolling house is a huge engine, a 6.75 liter V8 twin-turbo producing 505hp.
This car sort of brings mixed feelings to its owner. Why?
Well, it definitely has the elegance and the glamour to be chauffeured but on the other hand, it has the joy of power and speed that makes driving an unmatched pleasure.
However, it's a piece of fine automotive art. The headlights in two pairs of different sizes add style without losing the Bentley identity. The fine design of the alloy wheels suggests elegance with sportiness.
Elegant wood finishing dominates the interior. The car has an impressive dashboard with a computer that controls all the functions.
Certainly a punch in the stomach for Cena. But in as much as Bentley recognizes that the average Mulsanne buyer is richer than the one who buys a Flying Spur, so does Rolls Royce.
18 John Cena - 2006 Rolls Royce Phantom
Mayweather insisted on luxury, so he’s gotten it, and John Cena isn’t offering it lightly.
Behold, his piece of jewelry. A Rolls Royce Phantom.
Of course, it's not remotely close to an American-style muscle car. However, Rolls Royce is a synonym of what luxury is all about. Matter of fact, the two are mentioned together.
The Phantom is a large and heavy four-door sedan. Although it weighs over two tons, its performance is remarkable. This is due to its V12 twin-turbo engine that develops 563hp. The transmission is automatic with eight speeds and rear-wheel drive.
When you have the privilege of riding in a Rolls Royce, you can tell it is a car created for the Royals. It's a symbol of status.
For that reason, John Cena rides his Phantom when he travels with his family. It has a state-of-the-art entertainment system, lots of head and legroom, and even a small refrigerator to keep the drinks cool for those riding in the back seat.
Rolls Royce keeps in this model their traditional design of suicide doors, different from all other car models of the market.
Now, Cena must have slammed Mayweather right to the ring floor with this one. But did the Money team even feel it?
17 Mayweather - Maybach S600
The boxer has six Rolls Royce, and each one costs around $400,000. Also, to really throw the rib punch to Cena, they are all armored.
But he’s not done yet. This is going to be a combo strike.
True to his fight strategy – using the luxury segment, Mayweather adds his Mercedes-Benz Maybach S600. This is the top level of the Mercedes-Benz vehicle line.
When Mercedes launched this model in 2015, Mayweather was the very first celebrity to put the cash down and buy it. Which begs the question, why rush and buy it?
The Maybach S600 is a technology showcase. It is basically a computer with an engine, four wheels and the best of luxury around it. Onboard electronics control the 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 that has 449hp to bring the huge sedan from zero to sixty in only five seconds.
On the other hand, the seats can give you a massage while you are riding. Each back seat passenger has a ten-inch screen for individual entertainment along with Bluetooth headphones. Electronic reclining back seats add to the comfort and luxury features. It has electric blinds and even the steering wheel has a heating system so that your chauffeur will never have his hands cold.
16 John Cena - 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Rallye
Noticing that the move to luxury didn’t help him at all, John Cena goes back to his previous strategy – muscle. And boy does he pack a jawbreaker with this one.
Mayweather gets hit with a 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Rallye.
This fastback coupé marked the entry of Oldsmobile in the affordable performance car segment back in the seventies. Even though its engine has a smaller block than other models GM launched in its other divisions, it's still a 6.6-liter V8 engine. As far as horsepower goes, it develops 310hp which allows the big bodied car to reach 60 in only seven seconds.
Now wait, this is way lower than what the Maybach could do.
True. But 45 years down the line and the only thing you could do is add 139 horses to what this puppy had? And you needed turbos to do that? Take a sucker punch for that.
On the exterior, the Cutlass Rallye was available in no other color but Sebring Yellow, which is the color of this perfectly maintained machine that John Cena owns. Different from the other cars of its time, the Cutlass Rallye has the bumper and the wheels originally painted in the same body color. Back in the 70s, bumpers were chromed and the wheels were in darkened steel or chrome.
15 Mayweather - 2011 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren
Tired of getting hit by the power of the muscle car, Mayweather has decided to throw one of his own – with a little luxury of course.
Behold, his 2011 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren.
Mercedes-Benz produced this model from 2003 to 2010. In 2011, they only produced 25 units as a limited edition of the SLR McLaren. Well, Mayweather has one shining orange unit of that edition.
The SLR got the McLaren name because it was produced when Mercedes was supplying Formula 1 engines to the McLaren team. The racing car inspired the design with the center part of the hood resembling the shape of a Formula 1. Also, the shape of the front bumper imitates the front spoiler.
This is in many ways a muscle car. It has a V8 engine with 5.4 liters and three valves per cylinder. The convertible two-seater counts on an amazing 625hp to get it up to speed. It has an automatic transmission with 5 speeds that brings power to the rear wheels. Thus, it needs less than 4 seconds to be dashing at more than 60 miles per hour.
Inside, it has the luxury and comfort of a Mercedes-Benz. It also has front and side airbags and a lot of built-in technology such as traction control, stability control, reduction of emissions and an anti-lock braking system.
14 John Cena - 2007 Ferrari F430 Spider
John Cena feels the uppercut from the SLR. 625 ponies? Now that’s a really strong muscle. But unknown to Mayweather, Cena didn’t just come loaded with muscle cars and a puny Rolls Royce – by Mayweather’s standards. He also got luxury and pure speed. And it’s packed in his 2007 Ferrari F430 Spider.
The model John Cena owns is a convertible first presented by Ferrari in 2005. Just like the SLR McLaren his opponent brought into this fight, this car also got a design inspired by Formula 1 cars of that time. As a matter of fact, the famous Pininfarina studio designed this body with excellent aerodynamics and style.
The superb performance of this Ferrari comes from the power of the V8 engine that makes it one of the most powerful convertible cars in history. With its 490hp, it takes only 4.2 seconds to be cruising at 60 miles per hour.
This engine is mounted to an automatic transmission with six speeds and a race clutch. The entire car body is made out of aluminum. Combine that with the massive power, and you get the sense of the speeds this car can reach.
13 Mayweather - Ferrari Enzo
The Ferrari move left Mayweather hanging on the lines. Is this it?
Not even close. Cause he’s got a comeback, and it’s with an Enzo.
The Ferrari Enzo is one of the most exquisite Ferraris ever built. As a matter of fact, the Italian manufacturer produced only 400 units of this model.
The Enzo was named after il Commendatore, the founder of the Ferrari house, Mr. Enzo Ferrari. For this reason alone, it is one of the most coveted Ferrari models ever.
The jewel seating in Mayweather’s house didn’t come cheap. The boxer laid down $3.2 million dollars just to buy this puppy. Don’t even imagine how many F430s you can get with that price tag, but spending this outrageous amount of money was not a dumb move.
According to some analysts, this car is an investment. The price of this jewel will easily increase with time.
Enough about the price tag and sick history. Let’s get to the numbers.
The Ferrari Enzo can climb from 0-60mph in a staggering 3.3 seconds. Such outrageous performance is the magic works of the massive V12 hooked up in the rear that produces 660hp.
If you go back to the pony numbers of Cena’s F430, this man just got a second uppercut rip. And he’s lying flat on the ring floor. Will the referee count to 3?
12 John Cena - Saleen/Parnelli Jones Limited Edition Mustang
Nope! Cena picks himself up. It hits him that he can’t change strategy at this point. So he sends another muscle flying. And this time, the whole of muscle America is cheering – cause it’s a Mustang!
And not just any Mustang. This is the Saleen Parnelli Jones Limited Edition Mustang. It's the all American sports car out of a limited edition of 500 units. For those of you who can’t still associate with the name, the legendary champion Parnelli Jones drove a Mustang in Trans-Am to defeat other legends like Dan Gurney and Mark Donohue.
Parnelli Jones even had its own Formula 1 racing team with a self-developed chassis back in the 70s, driven by the great Mario Andretti.
So, this Mustang brings back the flare of the old collection pieces, but this time with more muscle. It has its original grabber orange color with thick black stripes on the top and sides. Sporty alloy wheels and a 5.6 liter V8 capable of delivering 355hp crown the entire drivetrain. The aerodynamics adoption made by Saleen fits very nicely to the original styling of the Mustang, bringing it to a harmonious sports look.
11 Mayweather - Bugatti Veyron
Recuperating from a massive blow to the chin, Mayweather feels it’s time to end this. He needs a knockout. He needs a Bugatti Veyron.
First, compared to the Mustang, this Bugatti dons the same orange and black competition colors, but in this case, more black than orange.
The same colors are repeated in the interior, which has a cockpit designed to make the driver think he's in a spaceship, and in classic Mayweather style, this car has luxury in each small detail.
And that is about where the similarities end. Now, for the knockout strike.
The Veyron brags of an impressive engine, mounted between the seats and the rear axle. This big momma develops 1200hp. To put that in perspective, this is four times the power that Mustang produces. To put it in better perspective, you need about 6 of your average wagons working together to just beat this car in power alone. What’s even worse, the engine is a W16 quad-turbocharged – double the number of cylinders of Cena’s Mustang.
The transmission is automatic with seven speeds and allows for manual shifting mode. Combine all that and this four-wheel drive beast doesn´t need more than 2.2 seconds to reach 60 miles per hour. What about its top speed? Well just know that if a person wanted to go to the moon driving, this is the car he’d use.
The Veyron is so good and Mayweather liked it so much, that he bought himself three units, each one at the price tag of $1.7 million.
10 John Cena - 2006 Dodge Viper
This is it. Cena is flat on the floor for the second time, but the referee doesn’t count to three. The wrestler’s back. Now, he might not have a million bucks, but he’s got a muscle that should be worth that much. It’s the 2006 Dodge Viper.
The 2006 model is the third generation of this great muscle car, made by Chrysler. It has a huge hood to make room for the massive engine, a powerful V10 with a volume of 8.3 liters that produces 500hp. This is enough to bring the large sports car from zero to sixty in just 3.8 seconds.
This power is driven by six-speeded manual transmission, and with its enormous torque, you can easily burn tires any time the traffic lights turn green.
But wait. Why say a Viper should be almost worth a million dollars like the Bugatti?
Well, here’s the thing. Apart from luxury, which the Viper obviously falls short of, the Veyron has a lot of speed and power. But that is mostly used in a straight line. Put it on a track, and the humongous elephant will either rip all of its tires while trying to make a sharp quick turn or simply ignore the turn altogether and head straight for the wall.
But that’s something a Viper won’t do because it can slither through those bends like a snake. This is why Mayweather has to feel this one in his stomach.
9 Mayweather - Lamborghini Murcielago
A Viper is always a Viper! So, Mayweather feels the heat of the fight.
But he has a barn full of ammunition. Against the Viper, Mayweather has no other thing to do but to escalate to his Lamborghini, specifically, the Murcielago.
This Italian supercar was produced by Lamborghini from 2001 to 2010 until it was replaced in 2011 by the Aventador.
It is a furious car that features a powerful 6.1L V12 engine mounted between the cabin and the rear axle. With 580hp, it takes you from zero to sixty in an amazing 3.8 seconds.
All you have to do is to use your heavy right foot to make it dash through the street because it has an automatic transmission mated to a six-speed transmission and all-wheel drive. As a matter of fact, it was the first Lamborghini model to have an automatic gearbox.
The sports car design has a very low roof, so you sit close to the floor similar to a race car driver. It has a spoiler in the rear that works automatically depending on the speed. It even increases the angle to the passing air to increase downforce at high speed.
Some of you might complain that this is a rather old Lamborghini but do you know what really matters? It's a Lamborghini.
8 John Cena - Lamborghini Gallardo
The Lamborghini move was a smart move. However, it was a Déjà vu to Cena. He also has one in his garage, precisely, a Lamborghini Gallardo.
Launched in 2003 and produced for ten years, the Gallardo was the best-selling Lamborghini model ever with more than fourteen thousand units sold around the world.
But if you remember the Ferrari Enzo that Mayweather owns, you can disdainfully say that yes, it's a Lamborghini, but there are many Gallardos out there. It is not so special.
Well, here’s the painful punch right into Mayweather’s stomach. Cena's Gallardo is the only unit in the world in which the color of the interior matches the color of the car.
You might go on and say that even the Italian police has the Gallardo. Everybody has seen the pictures, they are all over the internet.
But the fact of the matter is that Lamborghini gifted two units to the Italian police to honor the force. It was a pity both were later destroyed in accidents.
That being said, Cena fans can enjoy the painful groan of Mayweather with this one.
7 Mayweather - Lamborghini Aventador
Now, this is a comeback. The Gallardo might have been the Lamborghini that stole every 9-year old’s heart, but this is the badass who took that crown and guess what, Mayweather is striking back with the monster.
This is the successor of the Murcielago model that keeps the style with a sleeker design in which you can see the aerodynamic lines from the front to the rear. It has two big air intakes in the front plus two more on the sides that create the lines to accommodate the rear wheels.
It keeps the wide wheel base with low center of gravity that is the identity of the Lamborghini design.
Did you think the Murcielago was furious? Well, think again.
The Aventador has a 6.5L V12 engine capable of developing 700hp. This is practically enough power to drive a million-dollar Porsche 918 Spyder on petrol power alone. All this power is delivered by a seven-speed transmission that works in semi-automatic mode. If you step hard on the accelerator, you can get from zero to sixty in precisely 2.9 seconds.
How much does it cost? Well, if you have to ask, just know you can't afford it.
6 John Cena - 2007 Dodge Charger SRT-8
How do you fight off a Lamborghini Aventador? Is it impossible?
What the Lamborghinis do not have is space, coupled with power. So, John Cena heads back to the muscles. Particularly, he shows off his Dodge Charger SRT-8.
What do you do with all the power the Aventador has if you can't take your kids for a ride?
Well, in the SRT-8, you can have the kids safely riding in the back seat when you're showing off this beauty's muscles. It can go from zero to sixty in five seconds – though, in car terms, this is light years away from the Aventador performance.
It has a powerful V8 under hood. This engine has 6.1L and develops 425hp. It works with an automatic transmission that allows manual shifting and has five speeds with rear wheel drive.
Basically, it has all the muscles a fanatic driver wants plus power steering, lots of space for the back seat passengers with integrated headrests, onboard entertainment system, front and side airbags, trunk space, electronic stability control, and anti-lock brakes.
It's not only power and luxury, it's power and luxury with family space.
5 Mayweather - McLaren 650S
The muscle car tactic is now getting lame. Mayweather doesn’t feel a whim of John Cena’s jab. Why?
Because he has the McLaren 650S.
This is a Formula 1 soul in a sports car body. The material used in the chassis is a carbon fiber polymer, which is extremely light and resistant, just like the modern racing cars of Formula 1. It has a mid-mounted V8 engine with 3.8 liters equipped with twin-turbos to bring its power to 640hp.
The transmission's special feature is that the shifts are almost instantaneous. The automatic transmission has seven speeds for high-performance driving.
As you can see in the picture, the doors flip open upwards so that you and your passenger can easily get in and out of your McLaren. But you won't want to get out. You'll want to speed it up to sixty in less than 3 seconds.
What do you think? Was that a smart move from Mayweather? Let's see how Cena reacts to the McLaren.
4 John Cena - 2012 Ford GT
John Cena feels he’s losing it. He switches from a muscle to an all-American sports car – the 2012 Ford GT.
The Ford GT comes with a 5.4-liter V8 supercharged engine that works together with a six-speed manual gearbox to give the car an amazing performance. It develops 550hp which allows this American sports car to go furiously from zero to sixty in 3.5 seconds.
It is great that John Cena kept his picture with the GT, as a memory piece. This is because he sold the car only one month after the purchase after paying $460,000 for it.
This buy and quick sell move has brought some legal headaches to Cena as Ford is suing him for his recent purchase of the new 2017 Ford GT. The manufacturer includes in the purchase contract a non-resale clause because there is an important demand for this model and production only reaches 250 units per year.
Despite the legal problems, the GT is a tough competitor to the European sports car manufacturers both on the road and also in competition.
And speaking of tough, you have to see the Mayweather blow coming up next.
3 Mayweather - Aston Martin ONE-77
Mayweather makes another power move. But this time, it has a taste of British in it.
Meet the Aston Martin One-77.
Only 77 units of this model have been produced from 2009 to 2012 and one has been destroyed in a crash in Hong-Kong. It is a rare, almost unique sports car with really impressive features.
The one Mayweather owns has a chassis made of carbon-fiber with an extremely powerful 7.3-Liter V12 engine, naturally-aspirated, developing 750hp. This is simply hypercar status. The transmission is manual/automated with six-speeds and works together with the stability control system.
If you want to have that James Bond feel, just get to the driver seat and bring it from zero to sixty in 3.5 seconds. By the way, in the driver seat, you can feel the soft touch of the high-quality leather interior and the sophistication of the dashboard. It has that spaceship look that most modern sports cars have.
The original price for this puppy was 1,150,000 British Pounds!
2 John Cena - The InCENArator
It has been an amazing fight! And Cena has had it. Mayweather is a little loose now and slam! He’s hit with the Five Knuckle Shuffle – or as we all know it, You Can’t See Me Now.
Meet John Cena's The InCENArator. It's by far the most amazing piece of his large car collection.
The InCENArator is a Corvette CR completely re-designed to Cena's taste. The chassis has been shortened and the aerodynamics are restyled to a thoroughly different look. You can hardly recognize that it was originally a Corvette.
The roof and windshield flip open upwards, electrically, which makes the whole car look like a spaceship. Under the hood, it has a powerful 5.5-liter V8 that has 491hp to produce speed and flames.
The car has eight chrome exhaust pipes crossing the rear part of the roof. The tips are capable of throwing four-foot flames. So, literally, it can incinerate the other cars that attempt to pass by.
That is exotic, eccentric and definitely one of a kind. In short, Mayweather didn’t see this coming.
1 Mayweather - Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita
Mayweather quickly decides his last strike in order to turn the fight definitely to his side.
He shows off his Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita.
It's one of the most expensive cars in the world. The Trevita is a special edition of the CCXR model made by the Swedish manufacturer Koenigsegg. Each unit can reach almost $4 million.
The Trevita is an incredible supercar made of carbon fiber, but not any carbon fiber. It is carbon fiber manufactured with a special process coated with diamond finishing. It is so complex that only two units have been produced and Mayweather bought one of them.
It reaches 60 in just 2.9 seconds thanks to a 4.8-liter twin-supercharged V8 engine that develops 1000hp. The engine material is aluminum in order to reduce its weight.
This car has been listed by Forbes magazine as one of the 10 most beautiful cars in the world.
No wonder Mayweather has kept this powerful weapon as his last strike. With this price tag, beauty, power and luxury, this would be easily a knock-out – only if he still owned the car.
Wait. But isn’t it him in the picture with the expensive car, in his garage?
Yes, it's him in the picture. But, he had to sell this car to pay a tax debt.
Okay, so who won this fight? You decide!
Sources: The Sun, Autocar, Car And Driver, Wikipedia, McLaren.