: This study aimed to evaluate the changes in aortic stiffness in young patients undergoing thoracic endovascular aortic repair (TEVAR) after blunt thoracic aortic injury (TBAI) and to examine the associated cardiovascular complications during follow-up. : We included survivors of TBAI who underwent stent graft placement between November 2009 and November 2019 and gave their consent to participate. Patients with relevant cardiovascular risk factors, comorbidities with potential impact on arterial stiffness, and prior aortic surgical or endovascular interventions were excluded. Fourteen TEVAR patients prospectively underwent clinical and noninvasive examinations and morphological imaging (mean time of follow-up and duration of implanted stent graft: 5.3 ± 1.8 years; mean age: 35.1 ± 8.7 years) and were compared to 14 healthy controls (matched for sex, age, height, and body mass index) in order to evaluate aortic stiffness. During the follow-up examinations, we assessed the pulse wave velocity (PWV; m/s) and development of arterial hypertension or heart failure, as indicated by N-terminal pro-brain natriuretic peptide (NT-proBNP; pg/mL) levels and performed echocardiography. : A significant increase in PWV values was recorded in the TEVAR group (median = 10.1; interquartile range [IQR] = 8.9-11.6) compared to the healthy controls (median = 7.3; IQR = 6.7-8.4), with an increase in the rank mean PWV (+ 3.8; Mann-Whitney U test p < .001). NT-proBNP levels of patients after TEVAR did not vary significantly compared to those of healthy controls (Mann-Whitney U test, p = .154). After TEVAR, five patients developed arterial hypertension during the follow-up, and three of them exhibited diastolic dysfunction. : In young patients, TEVAR after TBAI may cause adverse cardiovascular complications due to increased aortic stiffness; therefore, screening for arterial hypertension during follow-up is recommended.