The Ami electric city car is meant to attract urban drivers, and the company wants it here. So, the company’s UK management has launched a website where people can register their interests regarding buying the electric city car. It’s one of the important steps before it makes its debut in the UK.
The firm’s UK managing director has said that the company is in the last stages of planning the vehicle’s sales debut in the country. Eurig Druce told that they want to provide the two-seater to the market here. The car represents their company, it shows what the brand is all about, it’s fun and unconventional, and it delivers what it’s meant to.
With this product, the company intends to enter an era of car-sharing and urban mobility. It has been classified as a quadricycle, which means you can drive it across Europe without a driving license by those aged 15 or above.
The brand is handling the final assessments before it will offer it for purchase, and as part of that, they will invite consumers and media to test and evaluate the Ami in its current state. He also addresses whether the vehicle will come in the left-hand drive version. He said it’s a big deal, but the car is small, so the difference is only seven or eight inches, so that’s not a big disadvantage.
The car that’s subjected to the Ami One concept in 2019, is very crucial for the French firm, as it hopes it will attract a new generation of customers. It uses a 5.4kWh lithium-ion battery mounted under the floor, which can deliver a range of up to 72 miles. There’s a sole motor that enables it to reach a top speed of 24mph. You can recharge the battery in just 3 hours using the domestic socket. In Europe, it is available in three usage models, car-sharing, long-term rental, and cash purchase. If you want to acquire it, you have to follow a process online.