Aurora: dynamic look and refined technology
Aurora: dynamic look and refined technology

Aurora: dynamic look and refined technology

The two-seater Aurora hearse, based on the Jaguar XF, is small in size but big on innovation. With its captivating design, ingenious loading capacity and intelligent technology, it is practically perfect for town centres, and for impervious or mountainous areas.

Exterior

A practical, functional car that was also luxurious and unique

With the GrandAurora Quattro posti, it completes the range of Pilato professional vehicles based on the Jaguar XF. The new Aurora  was designed, developed and built with the collaboration and support of the Jaguar engineering staff, and blends exceptional functionality with a modern, dynamic silhouette. And all the technology that has already produced the amazing saloon version.

The versatility of a professional vehicle and the dynamism of a Jaguar saloo

From a stylistic perspective, the profile of the new Aurora has sinuous lines, perfect muscles and a body that swells towards the rear to create a broad, generous coffin compartment with large side windows that fill the interior with light and provide better visibility from the outside of the coffin on its last journey.

Interior

Innovative solutions for the interior outfit

The renowned craftsmanship of our workforce is reflected in every detail, and the intuitive technologies that control the coffin handling, tailgate opening and lighting devices allow the undertaker to manage the various functions using push buttons in the coffin compartment and the driving position or by remote control.

The various colour ranges give the beautiful funeral upholstery even more character.

Engines and performance

Person Person  2 of seats   Coffin  1 coffin  

2.OL PETROL    |    2.OL DIESEL    |    3.OL V6 DIESEL
Capacity: cc 1997    |    cc 1999    |    2993
Output kw: 147-184    |    132-177    |    221
Bhp: 200-250    |    180-240    |    300
Drive: rear
Transmission: Automatic 8-speed
Emissions class: Euro 6

Engines and performance

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