I find cream rank. It looks like you've had white and smoked in the car a lot.
But if you like it go for it
And that's the thing about white interiors, in 10-20 years, all of them will be yellow/cream/tan as well, with various white materials yellowing at different rates to boot.
I have a '16 with tan interior, and plan to hold on to it for at 15 years, at the end of that it will be a different, probably darker tan, but it will still be tan, and the slight shading differences among the tan paints and dyes are not going to be be as stark as with yellowed whites.
The only white things I've seen that can last 50+ years and still be white are glazed porcelain (tubs/sinks/toilets) and whatever epoxy they use on steel appliances (fridges, washers). Even a white chest freezer outside that I bought 7 months ago is already yellowing on the plastic trim pieces compared to the epoxied steel sides, with hardly any direct sun exposure.