Citroën is present on the occasion of the 35th edition of the "Festival Automobile International" which is held from January 29 to February 2, 2020 at Les Invalides, Paris, France.
It presents its vision of the future to the public through a concept with a strong design, symbolizing the mobility of tomorrow: Ami One Concept, a new 100% digital urban mobility solution. During the inauguration ceremony, Ami One Concept was awarded the "Grand Prize for Mobility" in the City awarded by a jury of experts and enthusiasts, thus rewarding a breakthrough approach to promote 100% electric mobility accessible to all.
A prestigious award for Citroën, a brand that has always been a reflection of its time with nonconformist vehicles that have often become iconic. With Ami One Concept, Citroën unveils an uninhibited vision of urban mobility.
Ultra-compact, 100% electric, Ami One Concept allows 2 people to move freely in the city.
Ami One Concept is accessible to everyone (without a license), suitable for everyone, and managed via a dedicated mobile application.
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