Aston Martin’s Valkyrie hypercar cost seven figures, but then service costs add up to much more

  • The Aston Martin Valkyrie is limited to 175 units, 25 of which are track-only variants
  • It is powered by a 6.5-liter V12, paired with a Rimac-sourced KERS system, for a combined output in excess of 1,100 horsepower
  • The car was co-designed by Red Bull F1 engineer Adrian Newey

Published on Feb 23, 2024 at 6:33 PM (UTC+4)
by Alessandro Renesis

Last updated on Feb 29, 2024 at 3:31 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Adam Gray

The Aston Martin Valkyrie is the latest hypercar to join the elite list of vehicles costing a lot to buy, and even more to service.

The Valkyrie takes this to new heights, though.

Because for the cash you need to service it, you can literally buy another supercar.

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Like any other self-respecting seven-figure hypercar, the Aston Martin Valkyrie costs hundreds of thousands of dollars to service.

Production is limited to 175 units, with 150 road cars and 25 track-only variants.

Per Bloomberg, each of these 175 lucky buyers will reportedly spend around $464,000 in servicing costs over the course of the first three years.

The first service comes at 600 miles or after six months, whichever comes first, and it costs £25,000 – or $33,000.

Then you’ve got another after 12 months / 3,100 miles, which will cost the owner $111,000, and then another after two years or 6,200 miles.

This one is even pricier, setting you back an estimated $196,000.

The last scheduled service is scheduled after 36 months or 9,300 miles – and it costs $124,000.

Supercars are always expensive to service, with the annual service cost of a Pagani Huayra Hermes Edition, for example, around $8,000.

And that’s before we mention the absurd servicing costs of the Bugatti Chiron.

The tires alone cost around $50,000.

An oil change, which is required every 14 months or 10,000 miles, will set you back a hair under $25,000.

And then there’s the truly mind-blowing and expensive part.

There’s a long list of components that Bugatti says need replacing every four years.

It’s a very long list, and it also includes the fuel tank.

Well, this particular service costs $210,000.

You can buy a house for that.


Alessandro Renesis

Experienced content creator with a strong focus on cars and watches. Alessandro penned the first-ever post on the Supercar Blondie website and covers cars, watches, yachts, real estate and crypto. Former DriveTribe writer, fixed gear bike owner, obsessed with ducks for some reason.