Porsche Panamera Hearse Is The Ultimate Last Drive

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If you're riding in this Panamera, chances are you're already dead!

Let's just be honest, no matter what your opinion is of the Porsche Panamera, we can all agree that it's not the prettiest car in the world. To some, this may be the biggest understatement ever, but trust us, you won't be feeling that way for long. Sure the Panamera wasn't exactly beautiful, and we have seen some custom versions that look even worse. But none of those examples can even come close to the monstrosity featured here. Someone turned the Panamera into a hearse!

The wheels on this car come standard on the Turbo and Turbo S versions of the Panamera, so we have to assume that this hearse features the 4.8-liter twin turbo V8. We have seen crazy luxury hearses before, like a Rolls Royce. However, after looking at this bizarre creation, we think it best to leave the hearse building to Cadillac. It almost reminds us of the SsangYong Rodius, which is not a good look for Porsche.

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