Wednesday November 25, 2020

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

8th March, 2020
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The new Citroën Ami: relatively cheap, easy to buy and, of course, electric

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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