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Nothing says you've made it quite like buying a Lamborghini off a vending machine.
This is what a first world country looks like, people.
Our neighbour Singapore now boasts a one-of-a-kind vending machine: one that dispenses luxury vehicles instead of snacks and candies.
Used car seller Autobahn Motors (ABM) recently opened a 15-storey showroom near Tiong Bahru in Singapore that displays up to 60 luxury vehicles stacked one on top of another.
According to auto website Carmudi, the vending machine apparently uses a 'fish bone' system which enables fast retrieval of vehicles.
The vending machine - developed to make efficient use of land, because you know lah, Singapore doesn't have a lot of those - apparently only sells used high-end vehicles such as Ferraris, Bentleys, McLarens and Lamborghinis, just to name a few.
So, how does it work?
Say you have deep enough pockets to actually buy a Ferrari from the vending machine. First, you'll need to visit the showroom to view the car.
To do so, you need to select the car you would like to view via a special tablet device and customised app located on the ground floor of the showroom.
Autobahn Motors' advanced retrieval system, dubbed the Automotive Inventory Management System (AIMS), would then fetch the car for you for viewing.
According to Autobahn Motors, this fetching system takes only two minutes, tops!
If you're happy with the car, you would then proceed with payment and voila, you have yourself a Ferrari!