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Cars Citroen's new £5,000 Ami is a two-seat electric car designed for cities that has a range of just 14 MILES

11:31  28 february  2020
11:31  28 february  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Citroën Ami One Concept is Citroën ’ s take on freedom in the city : #LibertyElectriCityMobility! Ami One Concept is 100% electric and charges easily in two hours. It reaches a top speed of We have a range of merchandise available, which encapsulates the same design principles of Ami One Concept.

Citroen has today launched a back to basics electric vehicle that could be the ideal runaround for city slickers.

The cute and quirky two-seater has doors that open in opposite directions. And because it is classified as a ‘quadricycle’ rather than a car, it can in theory be driven by 14-year-olds without a driving licence in some European countries.

The production version of its electric Ami city car has a range of 14 miles, a top speed of 28mph and, powered by a 5.5 kilowatt lithium ion battery, can be charged via domestic plug in three hours using a built-in cable stored in the passenger doorway.

a car parked in a parking lot: Ami arrives: This is Citroen's new production city vehicle. It only has two doors and two seats and can be used in some European countries by 14-year-olds without a licence © Provided by Daily Mail Ami arrives: This is Citroen's new production city vehicle. It only has two doors and two seats and can be used in some European countries by 14-year-olds without a licence

The Ami doesn’t have a boot, but instead uses a small recess by the passenger’s feet plus some space behind the two passengers.

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The Citroen Ami , which has a top speed of 26mph and has a 47- mile range , can be driving using a Citroen has launched a two - seat , two-door, all- electric city car ' Ami - 100 per cent electric aims to be a real breakthrough in enabling urban mobility, a solution in sync with new models of consumption.

The driver’s door has hinges at the rear so opens from the front, while the passenger door has its hinges in the more conventional configuration at the front.

The interior has hard-wearing and washable materials with a large front parcel shelf by the windscreen.

There’s no traditional dashboard, so drivers simply stick their smartphones in a special holder high up on the fascia to act as a sat-nav screen and infotainment system.

A basic instrument panel mounted on the steering wheel carries the key driver information.

In a nod to the original basic Citroen 2CV – designed in the 1930s to transport a farmer his wife and children, and a basket of eggs over rutted roads and fields but which is still seen on roads today – the Ami dispenses with a traditional window that slides up and down in favour of one that tilts upwards and out.

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The new electric vehicle is available in in seven different versions, with optional equipment including a storage tray, smartphone clip, a door storage net and a hook for a handbag.

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Citroën is launching the Ami , a new ~, 000 mini electric car that can cost just per month and it can be legally driven by a 14 -year-old can in France. We call it an electric car because it looks like a small city car , like a smart, but Citroën is calling Ami a “light quadricycle.”.

Citroën Ami One Concept is Citroën ’ s take on freedom in the city : freedom of movement for Ami One Concept is 100% electric and charges easily in two hours. It reaches a top speed of We have a range of merchandise available, which encapsulates the same design principles of Ami One Concept.

The compact and boxy two-seater vehicle measures just 2.41 metres long by 1.39 metres wide and 1.52 metres high.

Not only is it shorter and narrower than a Smart ForTwo, its nimble turning circle of just 7.2 metres is tighter than that of the latest electric London taxi from LEVC,

The Ami is on sale in France for €6,000 (£5,050) or on a long-term rental scheme requiring a deposit of €2,600 (£2,186) followed by 48 monthly payments of €19.99 (£17).

It is also being offered through Citroen's owners' - Groupe PSA’s - Free2Move car sharing service at a flexible cost per minute tariff of of €0.26 (21p).

By 2030 the firm expects around one in three of all miles travelled will be paid for in this sharing manner.

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The new Ami is being launched in France at the end of March, with sales to follow soon afterwards in Spain, Italy, Belgium, Portugal and Germany.

Although UK availability is not part of this initial rollout, it is likely that a few will be personally imported.

Citroen bosses are currently studying the legal framework on the car’s viability, the cost of converting it to right-hand drive for UK roads, and UK commitment to electric-charging infrastructure, before making a final decision.

A Citroen spokesman said: ‘In 2020, with more than 100 years of history and non-conformist, iconic vehicles in its portfolio, Citroën intends to open up urban mobility to all with Ami - 100 per cent electric.

‘Ami is a practical response to new mobility expectations for short journeys: easier access to city centres, micro-mobility for everyone, a real alternative to scooters, bicycles, mopeds, or even public transport. This solution comes at a reasonable cost too, with new modes of consumption geared towards digital, and more.’

The production ready Ami follows a year of development since the Ami One Concept was shown at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2019.

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