NEW – The chevron firm is marketing a beach version of its electric pocket car in a limited edition of 50 units.
Citroën has found descendants in the famous Méhari born in 1968 and never replaced. It is called My Ami Buggy and is intended to be a replica of the eponymous concept which enjoyed unprecedented success when it was revealed last December. The simple formula consists of partially stripping the Ami electric quadricycle launched in the fall of 2020 and giving it the khaki color of the adventurers. This is how this 21st century mini buggy dispenses with doors and adopts a removable gray canvas roof. It rolls up like that of the Méhari and the 2CV and can be seated behind the seats. The occupants will thus have the feeling of evolving in the open air. Pops of tangy yellow color and 14-inch gold wheels brighten up the exterior. The rear part is overhung by a spoiler.
Despite the absence of doors, the protection of the occupants is ensured by metal bars. This new kind of buggy will only be produced in a limited series of 50 numbered units. A plate located to the right of the dashboard individually signs each unit.
This new model goes on sale online from June 21 on the site dedicated to the Ami model. The manufacturer indicates that the price starts at 9,750 euros. Each copy will benefit from home delivery from August 8th.