Jan 9, 2018 - 01:55 pm

Citroën introduces new E-Mehari (Video)


The French carmaker reveales the new E-Mehari, which is based on the limited edition model ‘Styled by Courrèges’ presented at the IAA last year. Apart from an electric powertrain, the four-seat cabrio gets thus a strict hard top as well as windows at the sides and the back.

The 50 kW model comes with 166 Nm torque (before: 140), a top speed of 110 km/h and shall run up to 195 km (NEFZ) on one charge. The model features a LMP battery supplied by the Bolloré group. Order books will open at January, 11th. Pricing is starting at 19,500 euros for the Soft Top version and  20,700 euros for the Hard Top version (both prices are including 6000 euros green bonus).

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Interestingly, the model is the first electric vehicle to get an “Origine France Guaranteed “ certification, as both the vehicle and the battery are produced in France – the first in Rennes, the latter close to Quimper in Brittany.

Originally, the Méhari was an off-road vehicle manufactured between 1968 to 1988. Its name refers to a certain kind of camel.
greencarcongress.com, carscoops.com, int-media.citroen.com


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