Citroen has unveiled a new two-seater electric vehicle, the Citroen AMI, which will be available starting at € 19,99 per month with an advance payment of € 2.644.
Citroen AMI, a small electric car that looks like a killer of urban mobility, will also be available for rental via car sharing at cost (exorbitant for me) of € 0,26 per minute.
With Ami “100% ëlectric”, the French brand, which has always stood out for over a century for its iconic and nonconformist vehicles, aims to free urban mobility for all. Citroën's DNA is centered on innovation with bold solutions and products or services that target the greatest number of people.
AMI, a radical and popular solution
As a direct descendant of AMI ONE Concept presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2019 and following the strong interest it generated, AMI became reality in just a year.
Ami is a practical answer to the new mobility expectations for short trips: allow easier access to urban centers, and find means of micro-mobility for everyone. A real alternative scooters, bicycles, mopeds, public transport at reasonable costs, which allows you to develop new digital-oriented consumer modes.
Tiny and "guessed"
The Ami is absolutely tiny, at just 2,41 meters in length. It is technically classified as a "light quadricycle" (a bit like the Twizy). This means it can be driven by teenagers as young as 14 in France and Italy, and 16 in the rest of Europe. It clearly doesn't require a driver's license to function.