Supercar owners living in an exclusive high-rise apartment block can now park their beloved motors next to their living rooms.
Hamilton Parks in Singapore is a brand-new 30-storey development where flats cost between £6-15million.
But with parking in the city limited, designers came up with an innovative way of parking.
Owners drive their 200mph motors into a lift at the base of the flats on the city’s swanky Orchard Road.
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They then press their thumb on a sensor in the lift with the elevator transports the car to the apartment where it is parked in what developers call an ‘en suite garage’.
Owners can then wind down after a long day’s work with their supercar in full view - despite being more than 100m up.
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Hamilton Parks, built by KOP Properties, is made up of 56 apartments and boasts swimming pools, jacuzzis and a gym.
Each apartment gets two ‘en suite garages’ apart from residents in the penthouse who have four.
Singapore is home to more Maseratis, Ferraris and Lamborghinis per capita than anywhere else in the world.
But customers in the South East Asian city state have to pay whopping taxes to import the supercars with a Ferrari 458 Italia costing in excess of £500,000.
Leny Suparman, chief executive of KOP Properties, said: "These buyers are very discerning.
"They've seen a lot, so they're very exposed in the world, so they are looking for something that's unique and different.
"It's done in such a way that it's a museum showcase, it's not just a car park."