Cardok Underground Parking System

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

A contender for the coolest invention of all time, the Cardok underground parking system allows you to create your very own Batcave inspired parking space. You better have a Bruce Wayne like bank account to afford this luxury item though.

Simply drive your vehicle onto the Cardok, hit the remote switch, and the four hydraulic actuators will lower the vehicle into the ground, providing a water tight seal for your baby. Cardok is offered up in the Mono size (which can feature a top piece that completely blends with your existing garden/driveway) or you can opt for the Cardok Multi. The latter gives you the ability to park up to 4 cars underground (all operating separately), and even provides optional underground access to your home. Now we’re talking. Expect to spend well over $50,000 for one of these bespoke setups. [Purchase]

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