It's a Suburban used to transport bodies.
UK's first all-electric hearse is based on the Nissan Leaf platform and offered by London-based Leverton & Sons.
Most don't look forward to a ride in a hearse, but at HearseCon you'll find droves of enthusiasts who love to drive these vehicles everyday. Car Club USA heads to Denver, CO to find out how these loyal owners became swept up in hearse culture.
Charles Bombardier envisions the hearse of the future: a driverless, all-wheel drive fuel-cell vehicle with a transparent coffin and a multimedia system.
Paul Feig, director of the new Ghostbusters film, has tweeted out the first images of the latest take on the Ecto-1. It's now based on a Cadillac hearse.
Ford is recalling three different vehicle lines built between model years 2011 and 2015, including a number of service and specialty commercial vehicles.
Unfortunately, for many people, a ride in the back of the hearse is the last chance they ever get to be in a car. In the case of "Madness" from AMS Performance, it could get folks to their final resting place faster than anything else around.
Cadillac has announced a trio of new specialty vehicles based on the 2013 XTS, including a livery sedan, limousine, and 'funeral coach' (read: hearse).
We're not exactly sure why an orange, stretched Mercedes-Benz wagon has been rippling across the automotive Internet, but hey, it's bizarre and looks like nothing more than a stylish hearse, so why not?
We have fairly modest dreams when it comes to ferrying our remains to our final resting place. After all, it can't cost that much to rent the The Oscar Meyer Wienermobile for a few hours. Should you have slightly more expensive tastes, there's always this Rolls-Royce Phantom Hearse. The specialty vehicle is set to be unveiled at the Tan Expo funeral home show in Bologna, Italy. With 23 feet of length from stem to stern, this Phantom is longer than even the long-wheelbase version of the sedan. In
What price would you pay to own a piece of history? We're thinking that might depend on what sort of historic significance we're talking about... or, in the case of this 1964 Cadillac Hearse, how morbid that history may be.
There was a touch of controversy when Barrett-Jackson auctioned what had been purported to be the 1963 Pontiac Bonneville ambulance that transported John F. Kennedy to the hospital the day he was assassinated. There is no such doubt about this (at least, not at the time of writing): the 1964 Cadillac Hearse (Lot #1293) that carried JFK's casket to the Dallas airport.
If you're heading to Hell, you're probably going to take a ride in a hearse at some point in your journey. Seems only fitting, then, that a group of hearse owners chose the tiny hamlet of Hell, Michigan as the place to set a world record. An official from the Guinness Book Of World Records was on hand to verify that the 51-hearse gathering is a new record in a category that we didn't even know existed.
Smooth, quiet and fuel-efficient, the Brahms plug-in hybrid hearse is fit for the dead.
Lincoln MKT hearse spy shots – Click above for high-res image gallery
Maserati Quattroporte Hearse – Click above to watch the video after the jump