The Geneva Motor Show takes place next month and the latest car to be announced ahead of the show is the new Citroen AMI One Concept.
The Citroen AMI Concept is and EV that is designed to be used in the city, and it is designed to be driven rather than be a self driving car, although you will apparently not need a driving licence to drive it.
Freedom of use for everyone: accessible without a driving licence, Ami One Concept is accompanied by an innovative global digital ecosystem fostering a modern, cheerful and broadly accessible mobility experience. The ecosystem rethinks the customer journey and offers customers “on demand” use ranging from 5 minutes to 5 years and spanning carsharing, rental and purchase. It includes a special mobile app that motorists use to manage their relationship with the object, providing access to a portal of services that simplify each journey.
Freedom of movement : city-centre access with an ingeniously designed 100% electric mobility solution that is ultra-compact and agile, offering mobility freedom for two people in an intuitive and connected object.
You can find out more information about the new Citroen AMI One Concept at the link below.
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