Men and women in France as young as 14 will have the ability to drive Citroën’s Ami electric automobile by means of a subscription application, with no permit.
They might need to secure a street security certification via a brief course that doesn’t call for a test. The French auto manufacturer clarifies Ami as a”non-conformist thing” and the automobile is categorized as a”totally electric quadricycle.”
This streamlined mobility alternative -measuring 2.4 meters long by 1.4 meters wide and 1.5 meters tall-maxes out at 28mph, plans to become cheap and provides a selection of 43 mph.
Upon its European launch, the production car will soon be accessible through $19.99 a month rentals or at $0.26 per second onto the Free2Move platform.