Floyd Mayweather pulls up to work in $4.8 million hypercar

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  • Floyd Mayweather took his new $4.8 million car for a spin on his way to work
  • Mayweather parked the car outside of his gym alongside four of his other motors
  • The 38-year-old is training for his September 12 fight against Andre Berto

(CNN)When your nickname is "Money," turning up to work in a $4.8 million car represents just another day in the office.

No stranger to flashing the cash in the past, Floyd Mayweather this week unveiled the latest addition to his multi-million collection of motors -- the Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita.
Billed as a "hypercar" -- supposedly superior to a supercar -- it was the 38-year-old's chosen mode of transport for his journey to the Mayweather Boxing Club Wednesday for his latest training session ahead of his September 12 fight against Andre Berto at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
    Mayweather -- ranked by Forbes as the world's highest-paid athlete -- claims to own one of only two models ever made by the Swedish company Koenigsegg, which he refers to as "an ultra boutique automobile manufacturer for the super rich."
    If pulling up to work in a $4.8 million car was not a big enough declaration of his wealth for Mayweather, he then proceeded to park his new toy alongside his three Bugatti Veyrons and a white Ferrari before heading inside to train.
    The five cars of Mayweather's on show outside of his boxing club are believed to be worth a total of $10.6 million.
    Mayweather's bout against Berto -- his first since seeing off Manny Pacquiao in the richest fight in boxing history in May -- is said to be his last, with the 38-year-old, who has never lost as a professional, having previously said he will retire afterward.