Prince Albert of Monaco: His superb and luxurious Porsche Taycan undergoes an unexpected transformation

The splendid collection of cars of Prince Albert of Monaco will have to make some space to accommodate a new car. The sovereign will display his Porsche Taycan, which has been repainted by the artist Bernard Bezzina.

On Monday, April 25, Albert II of Monaco posed smiling in front of the palace with the artist Bernard Bezzina for a press presentation of the transformation of his electric Porsche Taycan. The luxury vehicle will soon join the collection of cars of His Highness, in Fontvieille. Back from a beautiful escapade in Puglia in Italy – without Princess Charlene, who has finally made her media comeback in the principality but remains discreet – Prince Albert of Monaco has resumed his activities on the Rock.


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After discovering Terlizzi, Canosa di Puglia or the inevitable Matera, the monarch was present on April 25 in the square of the palace to discover the transformation of his Porsche Taycan. A 100% electric model that starts at around 88,000 euros and whose unique bodywork has been revisited by the Var artist Bernard Bezzina. Albert of Monaco, committed to ecology, had already displayed with a Porsche Taycan Turbo last year to open the 78th edition of the F1 Grand Prix of Monaco.


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This is not the first time that the artist Bernard Bezzina collaborates with the royal palace. Indeed, he could already be seen with Prince Albert in 2017 during the inauguration of the Main Divition III Ludus installation for an auction in Monte Carlo in favor of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation Gala. “Through its action, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation participates in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals defined by the United Nations as part of the Sustainable Development Program to 2030, in order to build a world of peace more just and equitable for Men and for the Planet,” moreover specifies the website of the organization.


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Albert of Monaco (64 years old) must probably pass on to his young heirs called to succeed him on the Monegasque throne – starting with Prince Jacques (7 years old) – his commitment to ecology just like their mother.

Photos credits : Bestimage

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