“Sorry, Elon,” the My Ami Beach Buggy was sold in mere minutes
Citroën says their My Ami Beach Buggy sold out in just 17 minutes and 28 seconds. Admittedly, it was a very limited edition, with a designated 50 units clearly not matching the nearly 1,800 expressions of interest the French brand received. Still, such instant success prompted a rather cheeky poster campaign.
UK prices for Ami and My Ami Cargo revealed
Citroën UK has revealed pricing and specification details for the Ami electric quadricycle and its light goods variant, My Ami Cargo. The passenger version is offered in three trim levels from £7,695, the My Ami Cargo in a single specification, priced at £7,995.
Citroën UK drops ë-Dispatch prices by £1,000
Citroën UK has updated its ë-Dispatch electric LCV ranges for 2022 with trim level name changes and a £1,000 price reduction across the entire line-up. The French carmaker has also announced the very small Ami electric car has had 1000 UK reservations in two weeks.
Citroën presents cargo variant of the low-cost Ami EV
Citroën has introduced a cargo variant of its super low-cost Ami light electric vehicle for delivery services and other urban uses. In the new model variant called My Ami Cargo, the passenger seat has been replaced by a modular cargo box that offers 260 litres of storage space.
A friend of short trips: Citroën Ami electric car review
Less is more. That’s the Citroën Ami in a nutshell. The all-electric four-wheeler with its 75-kilometre-range targets a young, urban group of buyers who simply want to get from A to B. We tested it and wondered whether the little friend is also suitable for fleet use.
Kia is considering an ultra-small electric car
Kia is examining plans to build a purely electric miniature car in the style of the Citroën Ami. Although the South Korean company has not revealed a timetable for these plans, it seems that Kia is already considering a new distribution model for the electric microcar.
Citroën shows off a light electric car for 6,000 euros
Citroën has just presented an electric two-seater called the Ami that is based on the Ami One Concept from 2019. With this light city vehicle that requires no driving licence, the French company wants to make electric mobility available to everyone. Our electrive staff attended the premiere in Paris.