Next month, Citroën will celebrate its 100th anniversary since the company was founded in March 1919 by French industrialist andré-Gustave Citroën. The company will immortalize 100 years of innovation, dedicated to the freedom of movement, the new all-electric concept One Citroën Ami, which will be presented at the upcoming Geneva motor show.
The concept of Ami One is described as a fully electric mode of transportation that puts digital technology at the centre of urban mobility and which can be operated without a license.
This tiny two-seater is the perfect option for getting around the city with high traffic. Due to its size it provides an easy and quick maneuverability when moving and Parking. Power reserve of new items is to 100 km, maximum speed — 45 km/h.
The concept of Ami One — a great alternative to public transport and other modes of transport such as bicycles and electric scooters in cities.
Electric cars Ami One will be available on the system of carpooling from the brand Free2Move. Customers can access the Ami One for 5 minutes and at any time to change the time of its use without any obligations. The use of the electric vehicle can be tailored to suit each person, whether five minutes, five hours or five days of usage, and also for a longer period with an offer of rent for five months or long-term lease of five years.
Using the application designed for new forms of mobility, customers can choose their conception Ami One in just a few clicks.
Specifications of the electric vehicle Citroën Ami One:
- Max speed: 45 km/h
- Cruising range on one charge: 100 km
- Charging time to 100%: about 2 hours
- Dimensions: length — 2.50 m, width 1.50 m, height 1.50 m
- Weight: 425 kg