One of the first Aston Martin Valkyries to hit the used car market has traded hands just a few days after being listed for sale.
The Valkyrie is one of the most remarkable street-legal vehicles ever produced and capped at just 150 examples worldwide. This particular example is number 139 and while it isn’t known how much it sold for, we suspect it fetched well in excess of the car’s original $3 million starting price.
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The British hypercar was sold by Tom Hartley Jnr. and is finished in Aston Martin British Racing Green, really making it stand out. It is also rolling on matte black magnesium performance wheels with Silver Argento satin wheel centers, black brake calipers, and the roof and engine cover finished in gloss carbon fiber. Various Silver Argento graphics are also found across the exterior.
Like all Aston Martin Valkyries, the interior is quite sparse. Among the key features include the carbon fiber seats with black Alcantara padding, silver contrast stitching, and a staggering amount of carbon fiber across virtually every single surface.
Tom Hartley Jnr. sold the car with 2 pairs of headphones, a spare key, center wheel lock socket, battery conditioner, handbook, warning triangle, tire inflation kit, emergency tool kit, towing eye, and a dedicated file detailing the car’s history, including a copy of the original invoice. The Valkyrie was driven just 75 miles (121 km) by its original owner.
While the remarkable aerodynamics package of the Valkyrie immediately distinguishes it from every other car on the road, its engine is equally as special. Built by Cosworth, the car’s 6.5-liter naturally-aspirated V12 revs to 11,000 rpm and churns out a remarkable 1,000 hp. Additional grunt is provided by an electric motor, giving the hypercar a combined 1,160 hp and 664 lb-ft (900 Nm) of torque at 6,000 rpm.