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September 22, 2017

Have a supercar and vending machine fetish? Enter Singapore’s latest luxury extravaganza

If you are into supercars and, um, vending machines, today is your lucky day.

The latest extravaganza in car dealing has been unveiled in Singapore.

A 15-story high building with a transparent facade has been converted into a luxury car showroom, selling top-range models like Bentleys and Ferraris.

The building, built by used car dealer Autobahn Motors (ABM), is somewhat reminiscent of classic Matchbox packaging. It is located in downtown Singapore.

Customers can avail of a touchscreen display on the ground floor. They simply select the car they want to buy, press the button, and the car appears a few minutes later, ready to drive.

Make sure you have a fat bank account before you press the button though, as you’ll need more than loose change to get one of them four-wheeled beauties.

The idea of selling luxury vehicles via vending machines-like buildings is not new, however. American company Carvana uses a similar system. The firm currently owns four locations across the US where customers can purcharse cars in similar fashion.

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