The Peugeot 208 has been transformed… into a hearse!

The Peugeot 208 has been transformed… into a hearse!

The company Carrozados Rosano in Argentina has provided a unique example. Conversion of a Peugeot 208 into a hearse. Original and very strange.

A Peugeot 208 converted into a hearse, this is a project that a funeral company in Argentina has thought up. And this is not the first time for him to try this type of novel. Amazing and natural look!

New design

Known for its family element, the Peugeot 208, a compact city car launched in 2012, was an immediate success. But this kind of situation is there to remind us that the craziest ideas are also in the game. Fully stretched, this 208 has been a ear 2.0. We can see that the front of the car looks like the Peugeot 208 with the original grille as well. lights and doors. But the back seems less recognized. Optimized to suit the needs of a funeral procession. The the body of five doors has been changed to a three doors Just because the chest is necessary to start the coffin. Designed specifically for this straight-out innovationSouth America.

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Provide service worthy of the name

Society Carrozados Rosano this is not his first attempt. Indeed, several cars have already been extended for the needs of the company. This is the case for some Peugeot 408 or expert van of the brand. Some examples Toyota Corolla Where Ford Focus they have also undergone minor changes. Here, the Peugeot 208 has a three-cylinder Puretech aviation gasoline engine with a power of 82 hp. As for the interior, the shock is there. A stainless steel bed textured surfaces for casket installation. A leather upholstery and one LED lamp, offers a luxurious side. The height under the ceiling has been redesigned to provide the best possible reception.

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