Prince Albert II of Monaco drives the Honda fuel cell
On Monaco's Formula One weekend, Prince Albert II of Monaco driven the renowned Honda Clarity Fuel Cell for a glimpse of the Principality's streets, particularly on the 3,337 km of the race track iridated circus.
The Prince was accompanied by his wife, Princess Charlene, and a representative of the International Automobile Federation.
This is a treaty between Prince Albert II of Monaco and the hydrogen car of the Japanese carmaker, which is ideal as he and Honda have the same goal of reducing polluting emissions.
Clarity Fuel Cell is debuting in Europe as part of the "Electric Vision" announced at the last Geneva Motor Show by the manufacturer that aims to equip with electric powertrain two-thirds of Honda's models distributed across Europe by 2025.