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Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s teen non-driving daughter gets Mercedes G550 for birthday

What's a girl to do when she is only 14 with enviable rides and unable to drive?
What's a girl to do when she is only 14 with enviable rides and unable to drive?
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Iyanna Mayweather, 14, whose dad is boxing icon, Floyd Mayweather, Jr. is living the dream. Even though she is not old enough to drive, her doting dad has already invested in two vehicles for his baby girl to drive one day. The teen just reportedly received a spanking new Mercedes-Benz G550 for her birthday, even though she already owns a Mercedes-Benz S550. Even though Iyanna has still not reached the legal driving age, this did not stop her father from splurging on her according to Celebrity Cars.

The high-end luxury G550 with its sticker price of about $114,000 is powerfully spirited--382 horsepower, 5.5-liter V8 beast that has a thirst for gas that only Mayweather's pockets can satisfy. As one of the most expensive SUV's on the market, the G550's interior is chockfull of premium materials, swanky creature comforts and high tech gadgetry, everything anyone would welcome and salivate over.

The $92,000, S550 is opulence on wheels with its impressive array of jaw-dropping technological and safety features as well. Under the hood lies power and then some, the S550 offers a 4.6-liter turbocharged V8 with 449 horsepower. Both Mercedes vehicles are hallmarks for automotive excellence and optimum benchmarks for the rest of the industry.

Besides the luxury rides which btw are a bit much for a child, who has been out of diapers for only eleven years, Mayweather reportedly shoved $50,000 towards rapper Nicki Minaj's way, so that she could perform at Iyanna's birthday party. The birthday extravaganza was held at the MGM Grand hotel in Las Vegas.

But what's a girl to do when she is only 14 with enviable rides and unable to drive? Well luckily for Iyanna, the vehicles purchased by her dad hold their value big time, so by the time she is actually ready to drive, they will still turn quite a few heads as she zooms around her town.

--Car Chick®