Citroën presents its tiny Ami electric car manufactured in Morocco

The new Ami Citroen car. / DR
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It’s a car that went straight out of a Moroccan factory. Citroën, a French automobile manufacturer and part of the PSA Peugeot Citroën group since 1976, presented on Thursday its tiny Ami electric car manufactured in its Kenitra plant in Morocco, Reuters reports. The manufacturer will sell the car for 6,900 euros.

Citroën will also rent the car «on both a monthly and minute-by-minute basis. You’ll be able to rent the Ami for €19.99 (around $22) a month after making an initial payment of €2,644 (around $2,919)», the Verge reported.

This small car will be launched in June. The cubic-shaped vehicle, can only be purchased online. Aimed primarily at for urban and young people, the Ami will be able to transport two people and can be driven without a driving license.

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