Citroën’s fully electric “object” to negotiate crowded cities

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French car maker unveils ‘Ami One’ concept vehicle – or “electric object.” Designed for European cities, but likely to be disallowed in Australia.

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The Driven

With the increasing population sizes, and densities, of the world’s cities comes the need to rethink urban transport.

And given the  number of concept (and prototype) low speed, semi and fully autonomous vehicles being revealed to the public in recent months, it seems that is exactly what many manufacturers are doing.

Australian company AEV recently revealed a fully working, autonomous ready small urban EV written about in TheDriven – but the majors are not that far behind … at least in thinking about it.

Citroen have just announced the ‘Ami One Concept’ vehicle: their vision of the future of inner-urban vehicle transport.

To be fully revealed at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show (7 – 17 March), Citroen have now released artist images and specifications for the Ami One, and an explanation of why they see it as the future of urban transport.

Citroen refer to it as “a disruptive all-electric ‘object’ that places digital technology at the heart of a new urban mobility experience, offering more freedom and peace of mind”.

Read the full story on RenewEconomy’s electric vehicle dedicated site, The Driven…

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