I'm not sure what would be more perplexing when the door for an elevator going to the 94th story of the Shanghai World Financial Center opens -- seeing an ax wielding murderer step out or a Porsche Panamera sitting upright. Porsche decided to hold a press conference for the car 1,394 feet up on the 94th floor of the venue.
The building owners no doubt looked at them oddly when they first said what the plan was. To get the large Porsche up the elevator required some specialized ramps, bravery, and a really strong cargo elevator.
The car was winched into the elevator in a nose up position and hauled up the building to its final destination considered the world's tallest event platform. The long green ropes coming from the platform the car is on were for the hoards of workers to pull the beast around inside the building.
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