The Future Is Here

Sunday, December 17, 2017

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Its former Orchard Road facilities now jettisoned to recesses of the past, the new ATL Autobahn emerged as a gleaming 33,000-square-foot glass, steel and concrete beacon to luxury marques BMW and MINI at a grand opening reception on Lady Musgrave Road, two Saturdays ago. Installed with 10-car and four-car showrooms dedicated to 'sheer driving pleasure' and the #defylabels automakers and built in a mere 11 months, the spanking-new dealership — part of a US $50-million-dollar investment by the ATL Automotive Group — was explored from chassis to ceiling by a guest list comprising brand devotees, car enthusiasts and stylistas alike. SO jumps in the fab lane.

 

PHOTOS: GARFIELD ROBINSON & JOSEPH WELLINGTON

 

 

 

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