First there were driverless cars. Now, driverless hearse?
Most things have advanced over the years, but one thing that has pretty much stayed the same is the funeral service. Until now that is...
Hoping to take funerals to the next level (no pun intended) Mumbai-based agency Lunatic Koncepts has come up with a more techno version of the classic black hearse.
Named the Aeternal, this futuristic vehicle relies on driverless technology.
Incorporating GPS technology, mourning relatives would be able to pre-program journey, speed and destination details into the product's dashboard.
Other features include a refrigerated glass casket and multimedia fittings, such as a surround-sound music system and hologram projector which could stream images onto the floor.
A description on the product's site boasts that the Aeternal is "made to be maneuverable in places like the funeral home, the church, and the cemetery.
It can slowly rotate and execute maneuvers in tight spots since it’s equipped with mecanum wheels.
"It can slowly rotate and execute maneuvers in tight spots since it’s equipped with mecanum wheels which move independently from one another, giving a wider range of movement. It can fit in any space and won’t damage the floors."