Post Malone’s all-white Bugatti Chiron is up for grabs

Rapper and facial tattoo enthusiast Post Malone is selling a 2019 Bugatti Chiron. It’s not just any 2019 Bugatti Chiron either, but one tailored to Mr. Malone’s personal tastes, which is, apparently, white-on-white on White.

Malone has apparently eschewed the Chiron’s available two-tone exterior for a single finish entirely in what Bugatti calls Glacier. Apparently, it’s the hit songwriter’s favorite color, his car collection consisting of a fleet of assorted achromatic vehicle balls. The interior completes it with strips of laundered leather covering every conceivable surface, from the headliner and seats to the dashboard and steering wheel. We had no idea plain white could look so garish, but somehow the Bug makes it possible.

The car is currently listed on the DuPont registry, and photos show the odometer reading just 586 miles. That would explain why the alabaster supercar still looks as pristine as a collector’s pair of Drake Edition Air Jordan 12 OVO or THX 1138’s torture chamber.

When new, the 1,479 horsepower, 1,180 lb-ft of torque supercar went for around $3 million, but Malone opted for a few bells and whistles to set it apart from your more plebeian Chirons. Its black brake calipers, for example, would be a $6,400 option. Silver mesh grilles front and rear command an additional $38,200, a relative bargain over the $64,000 Caractere wheels. Inside, inlaid aluminum center console trim adds another $10,900, while comfort seats with contrast stitching are worth an extra $32,000, the price of a new Mustang convertible.

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

With all those other enjoyable rides and a career as a musical superstar, Malone probably didn’t have time to give the Bugatti’s 8.0-litre quad-turbo W16 regular practice sessions, but maybe you can. Don’t eat Chee-tos in it.

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