January 26, 2022

Car Spotter / Blogger / Reviewer

Today The Car Spotter will be discussing the recent video that has surfaced online of Floyd Mayweather’s driver showing off Mayweather’s impressive car collection.


To read the article about Floyd Mayweather’s impressive car collection click here.

To read about Floyd Mayweather buying a £2.2m/$3.3m Ferrari Enzo click here.

To read about Floyd Mayweather buying his 14 year old a £250,000 Rolls-Royce Wraith click here.


The undefeated boxer reportedly earns $72 million a year and his car collection reflects this. His car collection includes not one but three Bugatti Veyrons, a Ferrari Enzo and a custome Rolls-Royce Phantom Limousine amongst his “two or three dozen” vehicles.


Bruce Miller or ‘Bruce the Driver’ gives a quick tour of Mayweather’s cars and describes his expert parking skills, including parking four cars in a three car garage.


It begs the question, if Mayweather has so much money, why doesn’t he upgrade his garage to hold more cars instead of squeezing in too many vehicles?


The video also explains how the cars are kept well maintained and looked after in order to ensure the value only increases.


Bruce also describes how it is difficult to predict which supercar Floyd Mayweather will use, with the pattern being impossible to work out. He says sometimes he will use the $3.3 million+ Ferrari Enzo to nip to the shops.


The clip also shows the drawer of keys for the exotic rides.


Sit back and enjoy the video, there are certainly some impressive cars on display.


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What do you think of the Floyd Mayweather’s garage? What is your favourite vehicle that Floyd Mayweather owns?

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