Why the Citroën Ami could be urban dwellers’ new best friend
Not a car but a ‘quadricycle’, the Ami has a modest 8hp electric motor (top speed: 45km/h) and can be driven by people as young as 14 without a licence
Mobility in cities is one of the hot topics around Europe right now. One thing that most governments agree on is that major cities must become ultra-low or zero-emission zones for the health of the citizens. Greener public transport and better investment in cycling infrastructure is a must, but in some cases, people will still need or want to use cars.
That should mean electric cars. Yet you’ll struggle to find a car manufacturer that...
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