id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> Enlarge ImageIt's here, it's weird, but it's sort of a game changer.
Citroen Citroen wants Europe to change the way it thinks about vehicle ownership. Not with a concept car or some far-off scheme, but with something coming to the real world. Its name is Ami.
The Citroen Ami broke cover on Thursday ahead of a reveal at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show and the specs aren't the story, but how people drive one is. Those interested can lease one of these electric cars for $22 a month, grab one from a car-sharing service for under $1 a minute, and tour trung quốc giá rẻ those as young as 14 can get behind the wheel, at least in Citroen's home country of France.
There's no driver's license required for tour trung quốc the Ami, Citroen says, since it's actually classified as an electric quadricycle, which makes the tiny electric car available to 14-year-olds in France. That age is different across Europe, but nevertheless, the French brand marks this car as mobility for everyone. Availability expands its scope outside the typical dealership model, too.
Citroen doesn't actually call this a car, but an "object." Its definition will allow Citroen to sell the Ami in partner stores. Or you might catch the tiny EV zipping around mobile test-drive centers. For online shoppers, tour trung quốc it'll be available there as well, and Citroen will even arrange home delivery of the Ami for 6,000 euros -- about $6,600 at the current exchange rate.