Supercar Elevator Gives Lamborghini Aventador A $40 Million View Of Miami


The Porsche Design Tower is a dream residence for any devout gearhead.

The Porsche Design Tower in Miami is a boon to wealthy auto enthusiasts and is one of the many multimillion dollar high-rises that dot the Florida coastline allowing for the most luxurious of lifestyles. Aside from its name, any gearheaded residents of the 132 units are able to indulge in one awesome feature that intrigues us most: an elevator that allows in-car access to a personal garage on any of the building's inhabitable floors, giving owners the ability to keep their rides close by.

With 60 stories in the Porsche Design Tower, it's safe to say that many of the supercars housed here (because anyone that can afford a $40 million luxury property will not want to emerge from such a grandiose elevator in a Honda Accord every morning) will have a better view that most postcard recipients.

Mike from Mike Supercars TopSpeed was lucky enough to tag along with Lamborghini Miami as the dealership's employees went to the 56th floor to pick up a collection of supercars. Inside, we get a peep of the dream life, one that costs $40 million to buy into and only implies a seven figure supercar collection is somewhere around. Starting on the bottom floor, it was a bit surprising to see a garage full of Mercedes, Maserati, and Rolls-Royce's finest languishing at ground level and not up top in the car garage. Leftovers perhaps? The elevator itself is a work of art because after all, there's not much more that can crimp your morning routine than descending in your Lamborghini Aventador SV on an elevator that looks ugly.

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