Citroen ami

citroen ami

What kind of car is a Citroën Ami?

Citroën Ami. The Citroën Ami is a four-door, front-wheel drive economy (B-segment) family car, manufactured and marketed by Citroën from 1961 to 1978. At times it was the best-selling new car model in France.

When is the Citroën Ami coming to the UK?

Due to unprecedented customer demand, Citroën is pleased to announce that AMI is coming to the UK. Since making its debut in 2020, Citroën AMI has been turning heads around the world – not least here in the UK. The zero-emissions AMI will officially launch here in the spring of 2022.

Can a 14-year-old drive a Citroën Ami?

Well, it’s the Citroën Ami – and technically it’s not a car, its a large electric quadricycle. Indeed, in some European countries the Ami can be driven by 14-year-olds without driving licences. Perhaps sensibly, UK regulations demand that you are 17 and fully licensed to drive one here.

What happened to the Citroën Ami and Dyane?

The Ami and Citroën Dyane were replaced by the Citroën Visa and Citroën Axel. Ami is the French word for friend. With its 602 cc engine capacity fractionally above the limit for 2 CV designation, the Ami was nicknamed the 3CV, differentiating it from the long established Citroën 2CV .

What is the Citroën Ami one?

It was announced in 2019 as the concept car Ami One. It is named after the original Citroën Ami, which was marketed from 1961 to 1978. The Citroën Ami was unveiled on 27 February 2020 at Paris La Défense Arena and marketed from June 2020 in a unique Ami Blue body color (blue-gray) customizable with stickers.

Can a 14 year old drive a Citroën Ami?

Yes, technically the Ami isn’t actually a car, it’s an electric quadricycle and avoids all sorts of rules and regulations that apply to real cars. It can be driven by anyone over the age of 14 in France and, potentially, anyone over 16 with a provisional licence in the UK. What is the Citroën Ami like?

Should the Citroen Ami have its own show on CBeebies?

But the Citroen Ami puts that idea firmly back in its box, because if this car had any more personality it would have its own show on CBeebies. Here’s our Motoring Editor Ginny Buckley with everything you need to know about the little electric car even a fourteen year old can drive.

When was the Citroën Ami 6 made?

The Ami 6 was the first model manufactured at the new Citroën plant, opened in 1961,where later the Dyane and GS were manufactured. The Ami 6 & Ami 8 were also built by Citroën Hispania in Vigo (Spain) from 1967 to 1978, but they were never called Ami because of a legal problem with that name. The equivalences with French built models are:

Can you drive the Citroën Ami in France?

The Citroën Ami is a self-proclaimed ‘urban mobility object’ thats classed as a light quadricycle. That means it can be driven in France by anyone aged 14 or over without a full licence. Its got a top speed of just 28mph, a 46-mile range, and at just 2.4 metres long and 1.4m wide, two of them can fit into a standard-sized parking space.

Is the Citroen Ami one actually a real car?

This is actually happening people Remember the Citroen Ami One concept car from the Geneva Motor Show last year, the one we hoped would be the second coming of the 2CV? Well, stay calm people, but it’s actually happening. First point of note though - we say ‘car’ but the Ami will actually be classed as a quadricycle.

When will Citroën’s Ami be released?

Please try again later. Citroën’s Ami, the tiny two-seater electric car that was first revealed as a concept last year, will be released this spring.

How fast can the Citroen Ami Go?

The Ami hits 45km/h pretty quickly and can go no faster, but in habitually gridlocked Paris – where speed limits vary from 20km/h to a theoretical 50km/h – that is neither necessary nor, most of the time, even possible (the Ami is not allowed on expressways). The brakes are reassuringly efficient, and a standard parking bay fits two Amis.

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