Citroen presents the first fully electric Made in Morocco car in Paris
Rabat – French automaker Citroen unveiled its Made in Morocco mini electric car called AMI yesterday at the Paris Defense Arena, marking Citroen’s entry into the electric car arena.
Built in the PSA factory in Kenitra, the mini-car without a license will be available for sale at €6,900.
Rechargeable in 3 hours, the two-seater car can travel 70 kilometers at a maximum speed of 45 kilometers per hour.
The car is the perfect choice for daily activities and aims to make city driving less stressful. Its small size makes finding a parking lot much easier
In France, Citroen offers encouraging offers to customers who want to have a small eco-friendly car.
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“The vehicle is accessible to everyone: without a license, with convenient” à la carte “offers adapted to everyone’s needs, in car-sharing via Free2Move or in long-term rental starting from € 19.99 / month”, he said the company in a statement.
With a length of 2m41 and a height of 1m52, the AMI will compete with the Renault Twizy, which has been marketed for eight years. Twizy has a range of 90 kilometers compared to the 70 kilometers AMI range.
The company has not announced when it will begin marketing its new electric car in Morocco.