Rapper and face tattoo enthusiast Post Malone is offering a 2019 Bugatti Chiron. It’s not simply any 2019 Bugatti Chiron, either, however one customized to Mr. Malone’s personal tastes, which is, obviously, white on white on white.

Malone apparently avoided the Chiron’s available two-tone outside for a single surface totally in what Bugatti calls Glacier. Obviously, it’s the hit songwriter’s favorite color, his automobile collection including a fleet of matching achromatic automobile baubles. The interior complements it with swaths of bleached leather ensconcing every possible surface area, from headliner to seats to dashboard to steering wheel. We didn’t understand plain white could look so ostentatious, however in some way the Bug makes it occur.

The vehicle is presently listed with DuPont Windows registry, and images show the odometer reading just 586 miles. That would describe why the alabaster supercar still looks as unsullied as a set of collector grade Drake Edition Air Jordan 12 OVOs, or THX 1138’s abuse room.

When brand-new, the supercar boasting 1,479-horsepower and 1,180 lb-ft of torque stickered at about $3 million, however Malone went with a few bells and whistles to set it apart from your more plebeian Chirons. Its black brake calipers, for example, are said to be a $6,400 alternative. The silver mesh grilles front and rear command another $38,200, a relative bargain compared to the $64,000 Caractere wheels. Inside, the center console inlay aluminum trim adds another $10,900, while contrast-stitching convenience seats are worth another $32,000, or the cost of one new Mustang convertible.

That’s over $150,000 in alternatives alone, however that’s probably nothing for Mr. Malone, whose garage consists of a Lamborghini Aventador SV, Rolls Royce Phantom, Rolls Royce Wraith, McLaren Senna, Hennesey VelociRaptor 6×6, 2019 Subaru WRX, 1966 Lincoln Continental, and a 1992 Ford Explorer with Lambo doors.

With all those other sweet flights and a career as a musical super star, Malone most likely didn’t have the time to give the Bugatti’s 8.0-liter quad-turbo W16 regular exercises, but maybe you can. Just don’t eat Chee-tos in it.