|Speed||25 and 45 km/h|
|Power||6 kW (8 hp)|
|Battery Life||2,000 cyclesℹ|
|Charge Time||3 hours
fast charger: 20 minutes
The Ami is an electric scooter-car from car manufacturer Citroën from France. The car is a reincarnation of the popular Ami-series car (also known as 3CV) that was launched in 1961.
The Ami is designed as a efficient moped city car that can be used without a driving license. The car category is described as a enclosed scooter. In many cities, the car can be parked on the sidewalk for free.
The car has a powerful 6,000 watt electric motor for a top speed of 45 km/h. The motor provides instant torque for fast acceleration.
The car has a 5.5 kWh lithium battery for a driving range of 70 km. The car has a built in charger (220v) and can be charged at fast charge stations.
The car provides comfortable space for 2 passengers.
The car is 1.39m wide, 2.41m long, 1.52m high and has a turning diameter of 7.2m.
The car is available for purchase (ownership) and Citroën provides a special long term rental option that enables to drive the car for a monthly rental fee of €19,99 euro. The car is intended to be accessible for low costs.
The car is available in many styles and color combinations and can be customized. The car is designed as a fashionable item.
The car can be ordered at Citroën dealerships.
2022 Citroën models
PSA Peugeot Citroën
1 Impasse des Prés Moussus
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