2022 Citroen My Ami Buggy set for limited production

Citroen Says it has heard public response and will create an “ultra-limited version” of its all-electric What am i Quadricycle, based on the distinctive My Amy boogie concept.

The French automaker will create just 50 examples My Amy Buggy And will be priced from each 9,790 ($ A14,578) In France. These will be available for purchase through a dedicated online sales portal from June 21

Citroen Ami is not offered locally as Australian Design Rules (ADRs) currently prevent quadricycles from being sold here due to safety concerns.

In other words, don’t expect My Amy Buggy to go down anytime soon.

The Citroen My Ami Buggy first appeared in December 2021 in the form of a concept, featuring a number of off-road-centric exterior design elements, including noble tires, naz bars and roof rails.

The production version of My Amy Buggy has been reduced to a bit less than conceivable, losing items such as headlight grilles and naz bars.

The model has a 14-inch gold perforated steel wheel with a specific black decorative cap. These wheels are wrapped in ordinary tires, rather than hard-working clay tires on the concept.

Citroen says My Amy Buggy has a “friendly, adventurous mood” and is painted in khaki with a yellow highlight as expected.

Also similar to the idea, the production My Ami Buggy has no proper side doors. Instead, there are hinged metal tubes that replace the doors.

Built on the feeling of the open sky, the My Amy Buggy has a rollable fabric soft-up roof that is waterproof and UV-treated.

Citroen says it pays homage to the iconic Mehari off-roader and 2CV.

The soft-top is attached to the roof with snap fasteners and can be folded behind two seats.

Other notable exterior design elements include front and rear bumper reinforcement, wheel arch cladding, rock slider and a rear spoiler.

Citroen says the front plate can be personalized to read whatever you want and also has a khaki car cover for protection.

Inside the Citroen My Ami Buggy is a blade to the right of the dash, indicating that it is an example beyond 50.

There are also yellow highlights inside the cabin that show three areas of dashboard storage, bag hooks and opening straps.

The seats are finished in black “technical fabric” upholstery with yellow contrast stitching, and the floor mats have yellow details.

Citroen says 50 customers of My Ami Buggy will experience “VIP Home Delivery” from August 8, 2022.

The French automaker did not elaborate on the powertrain or battery specifications and outputs, although it is expected to be similar to the regular Amy due to the stricter rules surrounding quadricycles.

The regular Citroen Ami is powered by a single electric motor that produces 6kW of power and is powered by a 5.5kWh lithium-ion battery. Its maximum speed is 45 km / h.

Citroen claims that according to the World Motorcycle Test Bicycle (WMTC) testing, the regular Ami has a range of 75km and the quadricycle weighs less than 500kg.

Unlike ordinary passenger cars, children under the age of 14 are legally allowed in France to ride light quadricycles such as the Citroনn Amy.

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