Singapore Supercar Elevator in Action

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Watch a Lamborghini Aventador being delivered to a millionaire’s apartment where his Ferrari 599 GTO awaits.

Last month we revealed how a property developer in Singapore had solved the problem besetting millionaires living in high-rise condos. Hamilton Scotts' "Sky Garage Apartments", a state-of-the-art 30-story development, offers a unique (and luxurious) parking option.

Here we have video of the biometrically-controlled elevator in action, the car in question being a Lamborghini Aventador that gets delivered in a glass-enclosed garage alongside a Ferrari 599 GTO, both viewable right from the condo's living room. If living in Singapore, however, isn't in the cards for you, Porsche Design recently completed plans for a similar project in Miami that utilizes slightly different technology for a similar result.

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