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In December of last year, Singapore’s Autobahn Motors spared no expense in developing an engineering marvel to build World’s Largest Car Vending Machine.

Gary Hong, the designer of the vending machine drew inspiration for the building after going toy shopping with his son.

Car is selection via a custom app on an immersive touchscreen and within two minutes, your car appears from a 15-storey building.

Among the vehicle choices are some of the most exotic and luxurious cars on Earth. The used car dealership offers Lamborghinis, Bentleys, Ferraris, and more.

There is a 2016 Lamborghini Aventador, which can be yours for only $402,000, or Ferrari 512 with an around 15,000 kilometres on the speedometer, could be bought for only $598,900…

Since opening in December, sales are up 30%.

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