TESLA has enjoyed sales success across the globe with a range of cars, SUVs and now even an HGV.
But it turns out some people love them so much they want their last journey to be in a Tesla too.
Dutch firm Derks Uitvaartmobiliteit are here to help, with their conversion of a Tesla Model 3.
It calls it the Tesla Hearse 3 and advertises it on its website for 112,950 Euros.
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It takes a standard Model 3 and stretches it to 5.5 metres in length, then removes the rear seats and builds a cabin for the coffin.
That rear cabin is illuminated and can even be specced with a twinkling starlight ceiling.
Huge glass windows down the Model 3’s flanks show the luxurious interior.
More glass has been used in the dividing wall between the driving compartment and rear cabin.
The standard Model 3 has rear doors, but these have been altered during the hearse conversion.
The lower halves of the doors remain and become ‘secret’ hatches that reveal handy storage areas.
Derks also offers electric curtains for side and rear windows for privacy and a storage compartment for a scissor trolley.
The extra weight and impact on aerodynamics drops the Model 3’s electric range to around 230 miles, although that’s still pretty good considering.
In the front, you get the same minimalist Model 3 interior with a high-tech landscape touchscreen infotainment system.