The smallest electric minicar ever

Launched as the smallest electric minicar ever, Ami One is the solution for urban mobility proposed by Citroën. At the Geneva Motor Show (from 7th to 17th March), the French manufacturer will present the concept born to move around the city as a valid alternative to public transport, scooters, scooters and bicycles.

Weighing just 425 kilos, the car is 2.5 meters long, 1.5 meters high and can accommodate two people. It only reaches 45 km/h, while the range is around 100 kilometers per refill.

Ami-One
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Electric minicars are spreading on a global scale and in China alone, more than 1.75 million were sold in 2017. Ami One can be driven by people over sixteen, even if they do not have a driving license. Being a concept there are no dates on actual availability but Citroën has anticipated that in addition to buying it, Ami One can also be rented in a car sharing version for single trips or by signing a multi-year agreement (maximum 5 years).