We’re pretty sure this is how George Jetson buys his cars.  

Carvana, an e-commerce platform for buying and selling used cars, has brought its unique “Car Vending Machine” concept to Louisville. Located at Lake Shore Court just off Linn Station Road, the structure stands eight stories tall and has a 27-vehicle capacity. This is how it works:

Users can browse more than 15,000 cars on the company’s website and secure financing, sign contracts, and arrange trade-ins. They can then elect to either have their car delivered to their home or pick it up at the vending machine at no charge.

If they choose to pick it up, they need to make an appointment. (Only one customer will be inside the facility at a time.) They’ll be greeted by a customer advocate and given an oversized Carvana coin to activate the automated vending process.

“Car buyers can then get an immersive, central view of their vehicle descending through the structure from the heart of the all-glass tower,” the company stated in a news release.

Carvana’s newest Car Vending Machine is the first of its kind in the state of Kentucky, and the 25th in the US.