Arnold Schwarzenegger said hasta la vista to his Bugatti Veyron after selling it for $2.5 million, TMZ reported Tuesday.
The action movie star and former governor of California only had about 1,000 miles on the 2015 Bugatti, which can go from zero to 60 in 2.5 seconds, TMZ said.
Schwarzenegger, 70, reportedly sold the car to California luxury auto dealer Obi Okeke, who plans on eventually reselling it, TMZ wrote.
The founder of Fusion Luxury Motors in North Los Angeles, according to the Business Insider, Okeke is best known for being the “go-to” luxury auto dealer for boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather.
“When you’re in the business for as long as I’ve been, you meet a lot of people,” Okeke said in 2015, according to the Business Insider.
“When I came here, people knew about me. I’ve been very fortunate to build a deep client database for finding cars.”
Mayweather had purchased at least 40 cars from Okeke, including Koenigsegg CCXR Triveta from Okeke for $4.8 million, the Business Insider said in 2015.
Cameras reportedly caught Schwarzenegger strolling down the street in Los Angeles on Monday after the car deal went down, according to London’s Daily Mail.
The publication wrote that the actor and former body building legend “proved he’s still a force to be reckoned with by showing off his gym-honed physique in a crimson shirt that barely contained his burgeoning pectorals.”
Meanwhile, Arnold Schwarzenegger, 70, didn’t appear to be giving up the weights any time soon as he stepped out with his muscular frame on full display in Los Angeles on Monday, shortly after selling his luxury Bugatti Veyron sports car for a reported $2.5 million.
The actor and former champion bodybuilder proved he’s still a force to be reckoned with by showing off his gym-honed physique in a crimson shirt that barely contained his burgeoning pectorals.
Arnie showed off his rippling physique in the tight red T-shirt, which stretched over his broad shoulders and gave a glimpse of his abdominal muscles.