Citroën, second historic brand of PSA, presented Thursday in the gigantic enclosure of the Defense Arena an electric mini-car at the price of 6900 euros manufactured in its factory in Kenitra in Morocco.
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The vehicle, named AMI but which mainly claims parentage with the very popular 2CV, will also be offered for 19.99 euros per month, the price of a telephone package.
Launched next June, it marks the arrival of the first new generation PSA electric models at the chevron brand, about six months after its cousins Peugeot, Opel and DS.
Only 2m41 long, this cubic " yogurt pot " can only be purchased online. Aimed primarily at an urban and young audience, the AMI will be able to transport two people and drive without a license.