In France, the vehicle is identified as a 'light ATV,' so you're able to drive the car from the age of fourteen.
In other European countries, driving this electric vehicle is permitted from the age of sixteen. Citroen Ami is a small electric car designed for two people. The length of the device is only 2.41 meters.
Due to the design features, Ami is classified as an ATV, which doesn't require a driver’s license to operate.
Apart from being able to buy this car, the company plans to rent out electric cars too. The monthly rental price will be € 19.99. Also, an opportunity for car-sharing through Free2Move will cost € 0.26 per minute and a subscription to the service for € 9.99. To own an electric car will cost € 6,000.
The battery capacity is 5.5 kWh; one battery charge lasts for 70 km, the maximum possible speed is 45 km / h. Owners of the electric car will have to install a unique mobile app showing detailed information about the current health of the battery, mileage and the nearest charging points. Orders will open for the Citroen Ami beginning on March the 30th. The first deliveries in France will start from June.
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