Now this is some good news. Owners of the Aston Martin Valkyrie can now further optimise their cars with the new AMR Track Performance pack, which can be easily interchanged with the existing factory-fitted parts. According to the automaker, the AMR kit delivers 8% quicker lap times than the standard Valkyrie.

The pack comprise of a new aerodynamic front clam for improved downforce, lightweight titanium brakes, track-focused suspension, matte black magnesium performance alloy wheels and carbon-fibre aero-disk set. Customers can also include a suite of personalised pit garage and race suit options to their package, if they so fancy.

Additionally, there are three AMR livery designs to choose from, which can be tailored via Q by Aston Martin – Commission, otherwise known as Aston Martin’s bespoke VIP customisation service. Those who want to keep things road-legal have a choice of four Designer Specification themes, featuring unique Valkyrie colours such as Slipstream Green, Liquid Petroleum, Ethanol Silver and Maximum Orange.

For customers with deeper pockets, there’s the Ultimate Personalisation programme, which invites owners to work with the Aston Martin Design team to refine their specification. This, according to the luxury automaker, makes the Valkyrie one of the most customisable cars in the world.

To give you an idea, the roof and rear engine cover comes in gloss black as standard, but can be in exposed carbon-fibre. The gloss lacquered cantrails and silver textured tailpipe and muffler can also be painted black, and owners get to specify full titanium Aston Martin wing badges, which showcase the exquisite British craftsmanship that is synonymous with the brand.

Inside the Valkyrie, a wide choice of Alcantara colours, patterns and finishes are available for the seats, along with six bold choices of colour for the seat harness that complements the external livery. The luxuriant woven leather first seen on the Aston Martin One-77 can also be selected to add an extra element to the door pocket and arm rest trim.

Elsewhere, the switchgears can be finished in anodised silver, black or red, but those preferring a more performance-oriented treatment can go for the titanium finish. The firm’s Q division also offers the indulgent Gold Pack, featuring a 24-carat gold leaf livery that’s meticulously laid under the paint lacquer.

As if that’s not ostentatious enough, the optional Mokume Carbon-Fibre pack comes with ‘Carbon Jewellery’ which adorn areas such as the inner scoop of the headlights, sidepod vanes, armrest, central interior vent and the steering wheel face plate.

If you’re worried about how all these customisations will look like in the final product, don’t worry, you can view all of this via an immersive virtual reality experience. Aston Martin’s executive VP and chief creative officer, Marek Reichman said “this is simply the best car in the world if you want something bespoke and we are really pushing the boundaries to match the dreams of our customers.”

“Every single element of this hypercar, including its performance, can be personalised. The materials are very much about science, the art of creativity and the ability to create a unique solution that doesn’t detract from this exceptional car’s performance capability,” he added.