The new Citroen My Ami Cargo is an ultra-compact van Car News

Citroën has unveiled a new utility version of its ultra-compact Ami electric quadricycle.

The My Ami Cargo is intended for last mile deliveries in urban areas and can accept a payload of up to 140 kg. This was achieved by replacing the passenger seat with a seven-part storage module.

The machine retains the compact dimensions of the two-seater passenger version, measuring 2041mm long and 1390mm wide. The new storage module can offer 260 liters of storage, giving the machine a total load capacity of 400 liters.

A new vertical partition, which Citroën the claims do not limit visibility, separate the driver from the loading area. A new adjustable modular shelf, which can be used for storage or as a desk, has been added.

There’s also a new two-way adjustable floor, which can be risky and locked in an upright position, and there are new cargo restraints to accommodate fragile items.

As with the passenger version, the My Ami Cargo has a range of up to 47 miles from a 5.5 kWh lithium-ion battery.

The machine will launch in France in June, with prices starting at € 6,490 (£ 5,600). There are currently no plans to come to the UK, although that may change if there is sufficient demand. Citroën has set up a website to arouse the interest of the passenger Ami with UK buyers.


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This notice was published: 2021-05-05 13:48:55