A luxury 30-storey apartment block in Singapore has demonstrated an ambitious and creative method of storing parked cars by allowing residents to keep their supercars in their living rooms.
The recent constructed Hamilton Parks building contains flats each worth around £6 million to £15 million. With parking very limited on Orchard Road, where the apartment building is based, the millionaire residents have an innovative method of keeping their cars by their homes.
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The resident place their expensive supercars on to a biometrically controlled elevator located at the base of Hamilton Parks. The elevator is lit with neon lights, handy particularly when using it during night time.
As demonstrated in the video above, the car owner simply gets out of his 700bhp Lamborghini Aventador worth £242,280, activates the lift and makes his way back to his apartment.
There the Aventador along with his other supercar, a £212,066 Ferrari 599, are both stored in a glass covered garage which oversees the apartment's swanky living room. Then when required, residents can use the elevator again to send their car of choice back down to ground level.
The parking system not only looks extravagant but also a practical solution for a highly congested city. It also provides those with a fair few million quid to spare a chance to keep an eye on their supercars of choice, or alternatively just admire them from the comfort of your living room.
The ultimate supercar garage could also be an alternate solution for London's congestion. The capital city has seen foreign-owned supercars receive blame for repeated parking offensive and for racking up nearly £4 million in unpaid parking fines during the past few years.