TYSON FURY was spotted at a car dealership on Tuesday trading in his £250,000 Ferrari.
The Gypsy King has been enjoying retirement since beating Dillian Whyte at Wembley last month.
He revealed he intended to make the most of the money he has made throughout his career, which amounts to hundreds of millions.
And it seems Fury is making good on his word – buying a brand new car at a dealership in Wilmslow, Cheshire.
He arrived in his Ferrari F12 but traded in the sports car for a more modern vehicle.
Fury now owns a Porsche Taycan -a fully electric car which looks futuristic in its design.
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Fury vs Ngannou crossover bout is f***ing stupid’, slams UFC boss White
He checked out the new Porsche alongside wife Paris, who appeared to enjoy the experience and had a huge smile on her face.
Fury has kept himself busy since announcing his retirement, sparring with some youngsters in his old gym.
It is possible Fury has not stepped out of the ring for good however, as he is keen to fight UFC champion Francis Ngannou.
UFC chief Dana White has slammed that idea as "stupid", arguing crossover fights are a waste of time.
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He said: "That fight’s definitely not a lock.
"They’ve been talking about it and everything. I mean, guys, Fury is the best boxer – one of the greatest boxers of all time.
"I mean, you look at the guys he’s beaten and how easily he’s beating them. I don’t know, we’ll see how this whole thing plays out.
“I don’t love the crossover fights. I don’t love ’em.
"They’re f*****g stupid. F*****g waste of time, energy, and money. …It’s silly, but I get it."
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