Real-life car vending machine in Short Street aims to be Singapore’s answer to Times Square

The Ten Square car vending machine on Short Street. ST PHOTO: ARIFFIN JAMAR
At Ten Square, prospective car buyers can call down their vehicle of choice for a look over before making their decision. ST PHOTO: ARIFFIN JAMAR
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SINGAPORE – If you have driven through Short Street or Selegie Road in the past year, your attention may have been caught by a 60m-tall building that towers over nearby shophouses and Peace Centre mall.

With its transparent facade showcasing 14 or so cars stacked one over the other, it looks like a display case of Matchbox toy cars brought to life.

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