Rolls-Royce Phantom Hearse B12

Rolls-Royce Phantom Hearse is world’s most expensive funeral car


If you’re going to go, you’ve got to do it in style! And you certainly can now thanks to custom hearse builder Biemme Special Cars, who have announced the world’s most expensive and luxurious funeral car, the Rolls-Royce Phantom Hearse B12.

Set to be officially unveiled at the Tan Expo International Funeral and Cemetery Exhibition in Bologna, Italy later this week, the car stretches a total of 276-inches (23-feet) in length, three feet longer than even the extended wheelbase version of the Phantom, AutoGuide reported.

But despite its long length, the car remains a 4-door, and even features the inappropriately – or humorously, whichever way you look at it – named “suicide” doors.

The world’s most expensive funeral car gets its power from a Rolls-Royce 6.75-litre V12 engine, with a self-leveling air suspension, while the car is made entirely from aluminum with over 600 assembled parts and over 650 feet of welding.

Funeral homes looking to set themselves apart from their competitors will be able to order the Rolls-Royce Phantom Hearse, but it won’t come cheap.

Biemme hasn’t released an official price on the model, but has said it will cost more than half-a-million Euros.

Would you choose the Rolls-Royce Phantom Hearse as your last ride?

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