For $3.5 million.
In the rarefied air of hypercars, each vehicle tells a unique story of prestige, speed, and opulence. When the Triple F Collection, known for its magnificent car collection, announced the acquisition of a 2015 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse from the garage of none other than the legendary boxer Floyd Mayweather, it sent ripples through the automotive community.
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Despite its meager 1,500 miles, this Veyron promises an exciting future. The Triple F Collection, known for its engrossing content, is sure to chronicle its journey, providing avid car enthusiasts with riveting narratives and thrilling visuals.
Being a Bugatti owner is no ordinary feat, and having one with a celebrity provenance is even rarer. The lineage of these hypercars often intersects with the lives of the elites, with some vehicles wearing the allure of their famous past owners. This particular Veyron, not just content with its Mayweather legacy, also wears the crown of being the world's fastest and mightiest production roadster.
While the Triple F Collection has a penchant for blue, this Veyron defies their signature palette with a striking black and orange livery — the same colors it sported during its grand launch. As they showcased in their recent YouTube video, Jordan, Jason, and their father (often referred to as BDD) each took turns helming this 1,200 horsepower beast. Their unanimous verdict? The Veyron might just become the crown jewel of their collection. But what stood out distinctively about the Veyron Vitesse was the exhilarating hiss of the turbocharger blow-off-valves, a sound that resonates with sheer power.
Yet, the Triple F Collection's rendezvous with Bugatti is far from over. With a Bugatti Chiron Super Sport and Mistral in the pipeline, one can only wait with bated breath for the marvels they bring next.