While most car dealerships tend to differentiate themselves by adding coffee shops, salons, or nicer waiting areas, Singapore’s Autobahn Motors has created a concept store that will make you feel like a kid when visiting a toy shop.
Dubbed as the “world’s largest luxury car vending machine”, the building is technically known as an Automotive Inventory Management System (AIMS). It has 15 and 4 columns which enable the building to hold up to 60 luxury vehicles including Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Bentleys, McLarens, Porsches and more, all under one roof.
To store a car, the driver simply opens a door to an elevator shaft, drives in, and then parks. The driver then uses a tablet computer to select an open spot and then the car is sent skyward. The entire process of storing or retrieving a car only takes only one to two minutes.
Although this isn’t the first vehicle vending machine available in the world, AIMS increases land efficiency by ten times with its space-saving innovation. Plus, its location in Singapore makes sense as the city ranks as one of the most expensive places to live and own a car.
Source: Autobahn Motors Singapore via Carscoops