Here's a concept I'm surprised didn't come from America: A drive-in supermarket. It's another fascinating patent application from Semenov Dahir Kurmanbievich, the Russian inventor behind the in-mouth CNC mill.
The video could definitely use some editing, but if you stick it out to the end, you'll see the floors above and Semenov's idea of how the workers would keep all of those stations stocked:
Obviously this concept, if realized, ought be limited to zero-emissions cars. Tesla should put one of these up as a way to discriminate against "gassies," who will have to go elsewhere and shop on foot, the old-fashioned way.