Someone Is Selling A Valkyrie Build Slot, Aston Martin Might Beg To Differ

Aston Martin’s CEO, Andy Palmer, has made it crystal clear that he will not tolerate customers that try to sell their Valkyrie build slots, promising to cancel their reservations on the spot.

However, one alleged owner must have missed the British marque’s head honcho’s statement and is now asking €3 million ($3,553,830) in exchange for their Valkyrie build slot in an ad posted on Mobile.

Whether the automaker will tolerate this or not remains to be seen, so interested parties might want to read the papers very carefully, and check with Aston Martin as well before transferring any money. The ad is also trying to lure a potential buyer by stating that this sale “is not tied to the obligatory purchase of an Aston Martin Lagonda, a stipulation forced upon original owners”.

We have to admit that, if it’s real, this seller’s page is amazing, as besides the Aston Martin Valkyrie build slot, he/she also claims to possess a Mercedes-AMG Project One build slot in addition to various high-end exotics, such as a Lamborghini Centenario and Sesto Elemento, a Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta, FXX-K, and a Bugatti Chiron.



  • Bash

    Here it goes..

  • Six_Tymes

    no ethics, just filth money. not surprised.

    • exeptor

      I will add also this one – zero petrol heads which most of the time doesn’t have a real passion or even an interest in cars. They threat such machines like a bitcoin or any other type of fast money making speculations. I doubt that these are individuals but most probably car dealers as they are filtered somehow and I can’t imagine that Aston will give a slot to someone who doesn’t have a history of at least a vivid collector (which excludes such behavior).

  • Infinite1

    Glad that some automakers are starting to crack down on this type of behavior.

  • Nordschleife

    So he/she is a professional slot seller. Lol

  • Blackwater

    Sounds more like a scam.

    With build slots for all the other cars too, this nimrod would need to be a billionaire.


    Don’t buy it for a second. The additional details sound about this “seller” leads me to believe this is a scam.