By Kyle StockBloomberg
Doritos or a Dodge Challenger?
On March 15, Carvana, an e-commerce platform for used cars, opened its latest vehicle vending machine in San Antonio, which is exactly what it sounds like. The four-year-old startup already has similar contraptions in Austin, Houston and Nashville. Standing eight stories tall, the site is essentially a small garage with room for 30 cars. When a customer puts in a special “coin,” her car of choice is plucked from the rack like a bag of chips, albeit more delicately (here’s a video of how it works).
Curious to see what #TheNewWayToBuyACar is all about? Check out the #Carvana customer experience for yourself with this mash-up video of our #CarVendingMachine in action in #Nashville! #ThatDidntSuck #YouBuyShoesOnlineIBuyCars #CarBuyingOfTheFutureA post shared by Carvana (@gocarvana) on Feb 1, 2017 at 4:01pm PST
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