Supercar vending machine pops up in Singapore

by | Mar 24, 2022 - 9:40AM | Gaming, Supercars

Sony has created a giant 20 story vending machine filled with supercars.

The company took over the ABM Ten Square building in Singapore to create what might just be the coolest, and most expensive vending machine ever.

And the best part about this is that it works just like an ordinary vending machine, only filled with supercars instead of chocolate bars.

Although the cars are carefully lowered using a bespoke lift system, rather being pushed off the edge to land in the collection area at the bottom.

There was also an area at the bottom inspired by the in-game GT Cafe, featuring local influencers and a lineup of cars on display.

The giant vending machine was created as part of a marketing campaign for the launch of Gran Turismo 7.

Gran Turismo 7 launched in early March to critical acclaim from gamers for bringing back fan favourite features from previous games.

Although the goodwill didn’t last long after a recent update left the game unplayable for over 24 hours.

Those issues have since been resolved but not before fans left thousands of negative reviews, making it now one of the lowest user rated PlayStation games ever.

If you haven’t yet got behind the wheel in Gran Turismo 7, check out our 5 favourite features by clicking here.

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