Kris Singh, a businessman based from Florida, USA, is a famous supercar collector. Well, he is the only one on earth to get a Koenigsegg Agera ASX along with a lot of other such super exotic automobiles, a lot of them extremely limited versions. His most recent purchase is the Aston Martin Valkyrie, a hypercar that is priced at roughly 3.2 million USD and whose creation is limited to 150 units. And guess what, to make matters much more particular, Kris Singh is painting this Car with moondust, actual moondust. And these moondust could cost around Rs. 4 Million USD. No kidding!
Yes, based on calculations, moondust the Apollo space missions brought back are anticipated to be worth roughly 50,000 US dollars per gram. And painting the Aston Martin Valkyrie with moondust would need about 3 oz, roughly 85 g. Now, 85 g of moondust would cost approximately 4.2 million US dollars. GULP!
Even by this much lower estimate, Kris just spent the same money that could fetch him a luxurious Audi A6 in India, to Paint his new HyperCar. The things the Super-Rich do
Coming to the Car itself, the Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar is super-light, weighing only 1,030 kilograms as a result of extensive use of carbon fiber. How much electricity? Well, how about a race-tuned Cosworth 6.5 liter V10 engine which produces 1,130 Bhp. Plus it does not have a turbocharger to create that much electricity…This car will make the Bugatti Veyron and Chiron appear slow. Enough said.