Citroen Ami One Concept: A small electric city car that doesn’t need a license

The Citroen Ami One Concept is a small electric urban runabout, and can be driven in European countries by anyone over 16 even without a license.


The Ami One is tiny, measuring just 2.5m (98.4″) long and weighs just 425kg (937 lb). It has an electric motor capable of hitting a top speed of 45km/h (28mph).

Its underfloor lithium ion battery has a range of 100km (62mi), and can be recharged in two hours. The Ami One has 18″ wheels.

There are two seats arranged asymmetrically, with the driver’s seat on rails and the passenger’s seat fixed in place.

Citroen has designed the car to be rented, whether for 5 minutes, 5 hours, 5 days, or 5 years.

Dimensions

Length: 2.5m (98.4″)
Height: 1.5m (59.1″)
Width: 1.5m (59.1″)



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Joshua Thompson

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Citroen Ami One Concept: A small electric city car that doesn’t need a license