If you've spent your life surrounded by luxury and opulent cars, it's only fitting that your final journey should reflect the same level of grandeur. The Biemme Rolls Royce Ghoster, a hearse derived from the renowned Ghost model, presents an interesting juxtaposition. Is it a clever play on the Ghost name, or perhaps a bit too on the nose?
The name 'Ghoster' itself might be a twist born from phonetic interpretation, much like the fabled story behind Mitsubishi's Starion.
The Ghoster impresses at first glance. Its elegant hood boasts a bronze shade that flows along the roof, bringing to mind the opulence of a luxury yacht. This extension, resembling an upscale truck cap, is achieved by lengthening the wheelbase with a tubular frame structure, covered in sleek steel panels.
Inside, the Ghoster's VIP section is a marvel, reminiscent of a high-class yacht. It features customizable LED lighting, exquisitely crafted wood details, an electric tray for dignified transitions, and extensive leather upholstery.
Biemme has outdone themselves with the inclusion of an 18-speaker hi-fi system, boasting a 1,300-watt output that almost seems capable of stirring the departed. Considering the Ghoster's purpose, this audio power might play second fiddle to the impressive V12 engine, which delivers a robust 562 HP.
Pricing details for the Ghoster are not yet listed on Biemme's website. However, considering that a standard Rolls Royce Ghost sedan starts at $355,000, one can anticipate that the Ghoster, with its bespoke features and luxurious appointments, will command a significant premium.