Producer, singer and rapper Post Malone is selling his one-off 2019 McLaren Senna XP ‘Master of Monaco’.
The bespoke Senna XP ‘Master of Monaco’ is one of three experimental prototypes that were commissioned by McLaren Beverly Hills and transformed into customer cars. Malone’s car celebrates the late Ayrton Senna’s six wins at the Monaco Grand Prix.
The exterior of the Senna XP Master of Monaco is clad in exposed carbon fiber and features a host of red and white painted trim that honor Monaco’s flag. There are also custom brake calipers and Ayrton’s number ‘12’ on the rear wing endplates. As incredible as the exterior is, though, it is perhaps the interior that really makes this Senna stand out.
Adorning the side sills, door, dashboard and bucket seats is dark red carbon fiber. This carbon trim is also found on parts of the steering wheel and the center console. Another unique part of the cabin includes the signature of Ayrton Senna and a hand-painted image of him driving his McLaren Formula 1 car. The car also includes the flag of Monaco embroidered on the headrests and a special ‘Master of Monaco’ plaque.
Malone was the hypercar’s one and only owner and clearly didn’t drive it much, as it has just 147 miles (236 km) on the clock. No price has been made available, but it cost $1,435,328 – and we presume the singer will hope to sell the unique hypercar for more than that.