Floyd Mayweather has been hitting the headlines recently thanks to his multiple multi-million dollar automotive acquirements, including his $3.5 million Bugatti Veyron. Now, his name is in the headlines because of his Ferrari Enzo, which will be auctioned at the RM Sotheby’s New York – Driven By Disruption auction Dec. 10.
This specific Italian supercar is chassis number 135440 and was the 295th example of the Enzo built. It was purchased by the famous boxer just last year and has only gained an additional 200 miles on its odometer, giving it a total of 560 miles from new. With such a low amount of road use, this is what RM Sotheby’s calls in the vehicle’s description, “one of the lowest-mileage Enzos known.”
To keep the car in tip-top shape, it was given its 5,000 miles service this year, where its fluids, oil and air filters were all changed. It comes with service invoices from Ferrari of Beverly Hills, the original seat covers, steering wheel cover, car cover, bags, owner’s manuals and tool kit.
RM Sotheby’s hasn’t given an exact estimate yet, but they did happen to auction off the last Enzo ever created for $6,050,000 during their Monterey event.