Harley-Davidson becomes the hearse
The American Motorcycle manufacturer, Harley-Davidson is turning hearse. Hearse is basically a funerary vehicle used to carry a coffin from a church or funeral home to a cemetery. In the funeral trade, hearses are often called funeral coaches. Diehard fan of this brand doesn’t even wish to know and read this. We know it’s really bad to watch a last journey and bid the last goodbye. Harley-Davison-turned-hearse makes for a fantastic last journey and we did not wish to watch it go like this. Dying isn’t really that bad a life-event after all. It releases you from the troubles of life and lets you rest in a Rolls Royce, the most expensive funeral car, before being buried.
Harley-Davidson Hearse was prototyped by 48-year-old Joerg Grossmann and is in essence a Harley with a hearse-side-car. Each priced at $78,000, currently 10 of these are being put together and Grossmann seems pleased with the fact that his idea now enables people to have a thumpy ride to their graves.
The cost of getting hearse for vehicles might kill you, the estimated cost of booking for such a hearse in Germany is Euro 1,200 ($1,600) each. And that’s not all. We also came across this Harley Davidson Road King-turned hearse with an extra set of wheels to balance out that seems to be a grand way to commute on your last earthly journey, sporting all the chrome and black-finishes you’d expect from a hearse!