At least 14 years old, can drive Citroen AMI city electric vehicle

Posted 2022-07-12 00:00:00 +0000 UTC

Citroen AMI one concept car made its debut at the 2019 Geneva auto show. Citroen AMI retains the overall appearance of the concept car, including two left and right doors that can be opened in different directions. This is a new type of urban walking car, which is an all electric vehicle specially designed for urban road conditions. It's worth mentioning that this AMI doesn't need a driver's license, as long as young people over 14 can drive on the road. AMI is designed to serve residents around the town and is classified as a four-wheel vehicle, so in theory, in some European countries it can be driven by a 14-year-old without permission. The two seater version of the car is 2.41m long, 1.39M wide and 1.52m high. It is equipped with 5.5kwh lithium ion and has a endurance of 70km. The battery of the whole vehicle can be fully charged in three hours by using the conventional three seat plug. The top speed of the car is only 45 km / h. AMI will be launched in France at the end of March and will soon be available in Spain, Italy, Belgium, Portugal and Germany.

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