World's First Luxury Car Vending Machine In Singapore Dispenses Bentleys, Ferraris And Lamborghinis

Posted: May 16 2017, 5:38am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
World's First Luxury Car Vending Machine in Singapore Dispenses Bentleys, Ferraris and Lamborghinis
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  • A Humongous Super Luxury Vehicle Vending Machine Now Exists in Singapore

Now there is a humongous super luxury vehicle vending machine that exists in the nation of Singapore.

Singapore may be the venue for the biggest vehicle vending machine in all of Southeast Asia. Termed the ABM (Autobahn Motors) building, this place of existence has been an object of interest for many car aficionados.

The building is illuminated after dark and appears to be a toy store selling toy cars from afar. Yet a close-up look will reveal that these are real and solid sports cars.

In the 90s, these ABM cars included Combi’s vans, Rolls Royces and Ferraris. The complete list of cars available were both exotic and beautiful to gaze upon longingly.

As is mentioned on www.covered.asia.com this venue for vending cars was a car-lovers dream come true. The owners of the ABM building spent three years forming the concept for this car haven.

The system is termed AIMS or Automotive Inventory Management System. The vehicle vending building is one meant for both display purposes and retrieval functionality.

According to Reuters, the age when soft drinks or potato crisps were sold from vending machines is old hat. Now it is the age of cars and maybe even bigger things.

The ABM building showcases a 15 story line-up of vehicles. Bentleys and Lamborghinis figure among the mix too. Clientele can order or sample a car from the ground floor via a touch button. It is as simple as that. The whole idea is one that shows a lot of creativity and planning in its execution.

As is shown on Techcrunch, Singapore has a costly living space and a very narrow margin of real estate. Thus there could not have been a better place for this unusual vending machine or building.

Over 60 vehicles can be stored in the building. Although the very thought of such a setup seems outlandish to many people, it is in fact a very real thing and is probably here to stay.

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