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Citroen unveils Ami One urban mobility concept

Citroen Ami One mobility concept

Citroen has unveiled its Ami One mobility concept - a two-seat electric vehicle for urban areas.

The manufacturer has designed the vehicle as an alternative to public transport and other modes of transport such as bikes and electric scooters.

Ami One Concept is based on a 100% digital ecosystem. It offers an ‘on demand’ customer experience at every step in the process (online presentation, test drive request, service configuration, reservation and delivery), and enables customers to choose the period of use most suited to their needs.

The digital experience continues with a special mobile app for managing the vehicle and journeys.

Customers can access Ami One concept for a minimum of five minutes and adjust their usage at any time to several hours, with no commitment.

The options can be customised to each person’s mobility requirements and meet their needs whether it is for five minutes, five hours or five days of use – as well as over longer periods with rental offers for five months or long-term leasing arrangements for five years.

The options are:

  • Five minutes or five hours: The mobility object is made available at a given location for a given period of time through a car-sharing offer operated by the Free2Move brand. Using the app dedicated to new forms of mobility, customers can choose their Ami One Concept in just a few clicks.
  • Five days: The mobility object is available in the form of an easy-access, short-term rental offer. The customer simply reserves the vehicle online at Citroën’s Rent&Smile website.
  • Five months: Commitment-free access for a shorter period of time than ‘conventional’ ownership.
  • Five years: The mobility object is also available as part of a five-year, long-term leasing option with battery, maintenance and parking included in the monthly payment. With the online purchasing journey, customers can choose the delivery location, be it at their home or the closest Citroën point of sale.

Ami One concept reaches a top speed of 28mph (45km/h) and has a range of 62 miles (100km).top speed of 28mph (45km/h) and has a range of 62 miles (100km).

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  • Evie - 26/02/2019 10:58

    I can't understand why PSA didn't develop the BB1 concept further. This looks like a backwards step.

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