Citroën rolls out accessible-to-all Ami car that works "just like a smartphone"

Citroën has released Ami, an electric car that will be available on a subscription service to city-dwellers as young as 14 years old as it doesn’t require a driving license.

Described by the French automobile manufacturer as a “non-conformist object”, the Ami car is classified as a fully electric quadricycle, and can therefore be operated without a driving license.

This means that people as young as 14 in France, and 16 in other European countries, will be able to drive the car, granted that they have passed the road safety certificate.

The car is the realisation of Citroën’s Ami One concept that was debuted at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.

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