Anyone driving a Nissan e-NV200 will now be in royal company as the Prince of Monaco took delivery of two all-electric five-seater vans. The principality will use the zero-emission models to transport goods and people around the palace estate.
More famous for its expensive glamour and Formula 1 race, Monaco is implementing a plan that aims to see Monaco carbon emissions halved by 2030 – and carbon neutral by 2050. Showing that no one in the principality is excluded from these aims, H.S.H Prince Albert II received the two Nissan vans on behalf of the palace.
Available to travel up to 106 miles on a charge, the e-NV200s would potentially be able to travel around the principality 20 times before needing recharging – or 51 laps of the Grand Prix circuit (two thirds race distance) – should the drivers head off the palace estate.