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Citroën revolutionizes the automotive market and launches a cheap popular car for those who dream of driving but don't have a license (CNH)

3 April 2024 16 gies: 52
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Citroën revolutionizes the automotive market and launches a cheap popular car for those who dream of driving but don't have a license (CNH)
R$ 37 thousand (€6.000) and you don't even need a driver's license! Volkswagen's rival arrives with both feet in the door, with the launch of a cheap car for those without a license

R$ 37 thousand (€6.000) and you don't even need a driver's license! Volkswagen's rival arrives with both feet in the door, with the launch of a cheap car for those without a license

Driving without the need for a driver's license? Citroën makes this possible with the launch of the Ami, a electric vehicle that redefines urban mobility expectations. Compact, economical and affordable, this car is poised to make waves in the automobile market, challenging even established giants like Volkswagen.

The arrival of the Citroën Ami on the European market marks a turning point in the automotive industry. With a price of around €6.000 to €7.000, approximately R$37, the Ami is not just an economical option; is an innovative solution for urban mobility.

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Citroën Ami for R$ 37 thousand and without driver's license!

Ami offers car sharing through an app

Its compact design does not compromise efficiency, offering a range of up to 70 km and a maximum speed of 45 km/h, ideal for everyday traffic.

In addition, Citroën presents flexible usage modalities, such as leasing and app sharing, ensuring that the Ami is a viable option for a variety of consumers.

Ami's success signals a promising future for this innovation in Brazil.

However, the most revolutionary aspect of the Citroën Ami is perhaps the possibility of driving without a driver's license in several countries, a novelty that promises to further democratize access to personal mobility.

Even though it is not yet available on the Brazilian market, the success of Ami in Europe – with significant sales in Germany, Spain, Italy and Portugal – signals a promising future for this innovation in Brazil.

Automaker established its presence in Brazil in 1991

Citroën established its presence in Brazil in 1991, marking the beginning of an innovative journey in the Brazilian automotive market. With a firm commitment to combining cutting-edge technology, distinctive design and creativity, the French brand quickly stood out for its unique models and mobility solutions adapted to the needs of local consumers.

Through a philosophy that values ​​both innovation and passenger comfort, Citroën has consolidated its reputation as a manufacturer that not only sells cars, but offers exceptional driving experiences, contributing significantly to the evolution of the automotive scene in Brazil.

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Ailton
Ailton
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April 8, 2024 19:04 PM
Cool... also ideal for indoor environments, such as company patios, shopping centers, conferences, etc.
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