Carvana Car Vending Machine

Nov 13, 2015

Category: Tech

Going to a car dealership to pick out a new car is always a drag, mostly because of how long it takes. Picking out a car might take you ten minutes, but actually filling out all of the paperwork, titles, and everything else you need to do, the entire experience usually takes over an hour. Now, a car company in Nashville has introduced the Carvana Car Vending Machine, a 5-story car vending machine that makes buying a car much less painful.

In fact, the entire experience should take around 20 minutes. Buyers put in a coin (a large coin), and their purchase is delivered at their feet by the machine’s series of robots. Of course, if one gets stuck inside of the machine you’re in big trouble, because it’s not like you can shake, kick or hit the machine hard enough to get your car out of there. [Purchase]

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