Australian first private auto club for residents
Our STH BNK project is set to revolutionise the future of car ownership with the introduction of the STH BNK Auto Club
Our STH BNK project is set to revolutionise the future of car ownership with the introduction of the STH BNK Auto Club, a first-of-its-kind fleet of luxury vehicles including BMWs, Teslas, Porsches and Range Rovers for residents to use. The initiative stems from a decrease in car ownership, which has been on a steady decline since 2017, with the largest dip of 49 per cent in April 2021.
With a fleet of 50 cars available to book, STH BNK Auto Club will work in a similar format to a traditional car-sharing model, with the added perks of an on-site team to clean, maintain and valet park cars, with chauffeur drivers available on request. Residents will be able to book a car via a mobile phone app or concierge.
Beulah Managing Director Jiaheng Chan says the STH BNK Auto Club will assist residents in saving money, while also providing them with the luxury and accessibility a car affords.
“STH BNK is centrally located and boasts a walk score of 98, meaning a car is not a necessity. By providing residents with access to the STH BNK Auto Club, they can still enjoy the luxuries and freedom a car offers without the associated costs of car ownership, and in the process, can experience a range of different cars – depending on their mood or needs,” he said.
STH BNK Auto Club will offer three tiers of membership levels including Silver, Gold and Diamond, with each member of the programme able to select a tier based on their needs and wants; silver being the most cost-effective, while Diamond provides access to luxury cars and EVs. EVs will be progressively added to the fleet, with Beulah committed to a full EV fleet by 2030.