Can You Believe that this 15-Storey Building is the World’s Largest Supercar Vending Machine?
Take a look inside the 15-storey glass building that is the world’s largest supercar vending machine! Find out how can you get a car out!
Raise your hand if you are a car lover! Then, this story is surely for your pleasure!
Located between the streets of Jalan Bukit Merah, the world’s largest supercar vending machine exists right in Singapore!
Every car lover’s dream has come to life with this vending machine for supercars, am I right?
The 15-storey glass building spreads across 15 floors and 4 columns and looks larger than any of your car collection.
Autobahn Motors a luxury, sport, convertible and special interest car dealer owns this awesome building.
The vending machine for supercars features 80 supercars in the showroom. Among the cars displayed in the glass building are Bentleys, Porsches McLarens and many others.
The Autobahn Motors’ building is the largest supercar vending machine in the world, and they have the right tools to prove that is right.
The building is also the first and the only car storage facility that features a built-in retrieval system.
How you can get the car? Is not like you insert a coin and the wanted car pops-up, right?
The way the cars get stacked up like that it’s because of the use of the Automotive Inventory Management System (AIMS), created by the owners of Autobahn Motors.
The people interested in purchasing the cars are in for the best and technologically advanced treatment when they go to buy from Autobahn Motors.
The car buyers get to choose a car to view through an AV presentation at the building’s viewing gallery.
A promotional video of the chosen car displayed right before their eyes on a large turntable disc plate that rotates to show you the car you chose.
As you might have thought, not everyone can go and see the cars; the people who can afford to buy the cars are the ones that get to see them.
“AIMs could possibly be the largest super car vending machine.” – quip Gary and Jack Hong, owners of Autobahn Motors.
What do you say about the idea?