Supercar Capsule provides showplace for your favorite car

Enjoy your car even when its parked

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Supercar Capsule
Showcase your favorite car right in your own home | Superfuturedesign photos

Looking for a way to showcase that special vehicle? Well, there are those clear-plastic inflatable containers, but an Italian architecture firm and a company from the UAE have another and much more elegant — and, yes, more expensive — option, the Supercar Capsule.

Under the banner of Superfuturedesign, the company reportedly has done more than 400 installations in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. 

Supercar Capsule, they say, is “a unique concept that gives your expensive toys a center stage to captivate the audience.” And all the better, they note, as “your supercar contributes to a distinct aesthetic experience at home, even when it’s not on the roads.”

Each capsule is bespoke and designed to fit the needs of the particular customer. They can be stand alone, or stacked one atop the other, or incorporated into an existing building or home.

“One of the models involves creating a new capsule to merge with the home’s interior,” the news release reports. “This will incorporate the garage with existing rooms, in which a simple wall will transform into a bespoke exhibition for your statement piece. It allows guests and visitors to appreciate and admire your supercar without having to take them to the garage – your car becomes a part of the interior décor.”

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Or a garage can be remodeled into a supercar showroom.

Or, “If you have a taste for displaying your supercar as a separate entity from your home, you can opt for constructing a new parking area that’s independent of your home. It will be installed in the garden or any other free space as per your villa’s spatial elements, to showcase your supercar within its own dedicated showroom. This displays your prized possession and asset in a sculptural way by accentuating all its best features.”

Pricing varies on the specific project and its design and location. For more information, visit the Supercar Capsule website.

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A former daily newspaper sports editor, Larry Edsall spent a dozen years as an editor at AutoWeek magazine before making the transition to writing for the web and becoming the author of more than 15 automotive books. In addition to being founding editor at ClassicCars.com, Larry has written for The New York Times and The Detroit News and was an adjunct honors professor at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Looks very forced and not organic to a home or to a car. Maybe some owners want a super car in their bedroom, but these car just don’t belong there.

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