Yesterday, Mayweather saw the insanely rare car for the very first time at a car show in Pebble Beach California. He immediately ordered it.
Obi Okeke is the only representative in North and South America authorized to sell this expensive car designed by Japanese Industrial designer Ken Okuyama.
Okuyama formerly worked for Pininfarina designing and supervising projects such as the Enzo Ferrari and Ferrari P4/5.
His given name is Kiyoyuki Okuyama but goes by Ken Okuyama outside Japan.
In 2008, Ken Okuyama presented his first concept car under his own name – the K.O. 7 Spider, a carbon fiber and unpainted aluminum two-seater. The K.O. 7 was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2008. Ken Okuyama has cooperated with the luxury watch producer TAG Heuer, having fitted the TAG Heuer Grand Carrera at the dashboard of the car. The interior of the concept car was inspired by the design of the TAG Heuer watch.