Floyd Mayweather: His Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita Is For Sale… Again

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Back in 2015, Floyd Mayweather took delivery of a Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita which was auctioned off a few months ago. Now it’s up for sale… again.

Someone like Floyd Mayweather who earns millions for very minute that he spends in the ring can afford to have a lot of supercars, hypercars and luxury barges. Not just that, he can also get bored of these possessions and move on to new ones. In a world where carmakers – both established and new – are competing with each other to create and deliver exotic machines which cater to the needs and imaginations of the rich and famous, it won’t take that long for someone like Mayweather to move on to more impressive stuff.

Take this 2010 Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita for instance. Mayweather bought it way back in 2015 at a reported price of $4.8 million. He auctioned it of for a shockingly-lower sum of $2.6 million. That was two months ago. The Swedish hypercar has now re-emerged in California, at the hands of iLusso – a renowned hypercar dealer. And yes, it’s for sale.

The ultra-rare hypercar has hardly seen much miles as the meter reads a mere 1,979 miles. When sold at auction a few months ago, the odometer reading was 1,947 miles. Guess nobody thought of giving a proper workout to that 1,018 twin-supercharged 4.8-liter V8 mated to the Xtrac Super Synchro 6-speed paddle-shift transmission. Such a shame, since the bespoke hypercar is fast and furious, with 0-60 mph in 2.9 seconds and a top speed north of 250 mph.

However, do note that the Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita is an ultra-rare hypercar with only two of its kind in existence. So, this is more of an investment that a machine which will be purchased to pursue personal speed record goals.

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The Trevita name came from the unique diamond-weave carbon-fiber on this CCXR’s body. In fact, Koenigsegg had to develop the material in-house to lend the car its unique shimmering exterior finish. The process was so complex that the Swedish company decided to limit production to two cars instead of the original plan to build three.

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