The Prius Hearse
Guest article contributed by: Caleb Wilde, Calebwilde.com
This thing is in the design phase by Lequios Hearses of Japan. And I’m gonna be Debbie Downer here. I don’t think it’d work … at least in America.
Americans like to go out in style in a Caddy or a Lincoln. They like their cars big and showy in life and death. Do Americans REALLY want their loved ones to be transported in the epitome of conservation, economy and weakness?
If you’d want to use a Prius Hearse for your loved one’s funeral, “Like” this blog post. If you’re like “naaah, give me a Lincoln” tell me why you’d opt for the big Linc.
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