Two months ago, Floyd Mayweather’s Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita sold at auction for $2.6 million, a casual $2.2 million less than the champion boxer paid for the car in 2015.
Curiously, the Swedish hypercar has already popped up for sale and is now being sold by iLusso in California.
The listing reveals that the ultra-limited CCXR Trevita has only been driven for 1979 miles (3185 km) and for the most part, appears to be just as pristine as it was when it left the company’s factory in 2010.
Production of the CCXR Trevita was capped to just three units and Mayweather’s former car was the last of those three to be built. Like the others built, it is powered by a 4.8-liter twin-supercharged V8 with 1018 hp on E85 bio-ethanol and gets its name from the diamond-weave carbon fiber across its exterior.
No price has been made public but anything around its $2.6 million auction price would be reasonable.