Yoenis Cespedes is certainly not short of money for extravagant cars. The outfielder signed a new contract with the New York Mets after helping the team reach the World Series, only to come up short against the Kansas City Royals. His deal came in at three years, worth $75 million, including $27.5 million in the first year.

So of course, Cespedes arrived to training camp on Tuesday in a customized Polaris Slingshot, but he wasn’t done for the week. He said that he would show up in his Lamborghini Aventador that garnered attention last year for its ability to shoot fire.

Cespedes’ Lambo is sleek black, with blue accents all over the car. The car is also detailed at the front with his uniform number, 52. He first gave us a look at the car when he joined the Detroit Tigers.

Per MLB.com, the car is worth a whopping $367,500.

If you’re a teammate of his, you’re definitely trying to get a ride in before the season starts. Sure, some of his teammates probably have their own nice cars, but really, that thing is sweet.

About Harry Lyles Jr.

Harry Lyles Jr. is an Atlanta-based writer, and a Georgia State University graduate.