Millionaires park supercars in their LIVING ROOM

By | March 18, 2017



Supercar owners living in an exclusive high-rise apartment block can now park their beloved motors from their – LIVING ROOMS. Hamilton Parks in Singapore is a brand-new 30-storey development where flats cost between £6 and £15 MILLION. But with parking in the city limited, the skyscraper designer came up with an innovative way of parking some of the planets fastest cars. Residents simply drive their 200mph motors into a biometrically-controlled lift at the base of Hamilton Parks on the city’s swanky Orchard Road.

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32 thoughts on “Millionaires park supercars in their LIVING ROOM

  1. KatiushaVN4

    I've heard that in Singapore, to keep your car (unnecessary a luxury car – it can be any car), you need to pay $100,000 (one hundred thousand dollars) each year.

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  2. VIDEO NET

    imagine everyone trying to leave at the same time. I would probably run out of patience and drive right out the window.

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  3. taergehtsiram

    Very cool. I wonder, is it an option to just remain in the car and ride up in it? Also, technology like this seems like it would be prone to a great many bugs. It seems like you are sharing the elevator with the other units as well? Might be frustrating. That being said, what a thrill it would be to have such a convenience.

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  4. RIP EVO

    It's cool that they engineered something like this, but this is literally pissing your money away. A shame they can put that money towards helping someone in need.

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  5. maouloud19

    just when i thoughti had seen it all…things you do when you have more money than sense…part of the pleasure of owing such cars is walking to them or having them brought to you…pay for your own garage…i can see many ways how this could all go wrong..power failure..maintenance closures..too many people in line….i like the fantasy but id never do this in a place with lots of other people doing the same thing..but it IS FUCKING COOL AS HELL…BOSS STATUS

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  6. Adam Wolf

    This is cool and all but what if more than one person has to use that elevator thing? Wait for half hour?

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  7. D Wetick

    An attendent must then park your car somewhere else? So you have to dial-up your car when you want to use it…Makes sense, right…What happens when there's a power failure? You can't keep the car in an elevator all the time.

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  8. Kristian

    If you have the money to buy a supercar its a shame to leave it in a garage. However this takes too long. Make it faster and have him be able to sit in the car while in the elevator. Also let the car be in the middle of the livingroom without any glass

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