Citroën Declares New Partnership With Ubitricity: First 2,000 Citroën Ami Prospects To Get three Months Of Free Charging In UK
We have now coated the Citroën AMI and its “buddy,” the Opel Rocks-E, quite a bit right here on CleanTechnica. These fashions are a part of a brand new exiting vary of very small and cute city electrical automobiles. The AMI has a 5.5 kWh battery, a 6 kW motor, a prime pace of 45 km/h. One of the best factor about this little EV is you could get “un Ami pour seulement” (for under) £7,695!
The Citroën Ami is open for orders within the UK following large public demand, with over 14,000 hand-raisers and a couple of,000 early reservists. Citroën Ami is accessible within the UK completely on-line by way of the brand new Ami Showroom. The net showroom incorporates a 360° visualizer, a digital brochure, and a fast and simple course of for purchasers to e book check drives and place their order. The acquisition course of for Ami 100% electrical takes place totally on-line and is dealt with by a devoted Ami Professional Crew earlier than automobiles are handed over to prospects. With a variety of 46 miles (WMTC), the Ami is a contemporary resolution that delivers on Citroën’s promise to supply reasonably priced and clear mobility options for all.
In an thrilling growth, to mark the beginning of gross sales within the UK, Citroën has partnered with charging supplier ubitricity to supply the primary 2,000 UK prospects three months of free charging throughout ubitricity’s community of greater than 5,400 curbside charge points. As a part of orders opening, Citroën has additionally introduced a complete service package deal for the Ami, My Ami Care, protecting routine servicing and upkeep. It additionally options an prolonged car guarantee, battery guarantee, and prolonged breakdown cowl relying on the chosen package deal size. Packages will probably be accessible starting from two to 5 years in period.
Of their announcement, they are saying “the collaboration is an settlement between two equally minded manufacturers with two improbable electrical mobility centered options; Citroën Ami and ubitricity’s lamppost cost factors. These two options align superbly being minimalistic, space-saving and easy with a low carbon footprint, aware of sources, and reasonably priced. The collaboration goals to supply a full-service package deal for EV drivers in addition to native authorities.”
Eurig Druce, Managing Director of Citroën UK, stated “Ami represents real innovation in city transport. It’s an instance of Citroën at its greatest – reasonably priced electrical mobility for all and I can’t wait to see prospects out in them on UK roads. As well as, My Ami Care supplies peace of thoughts to prospects and presents the flexibleness to create a package deal tailor-made to every buyer’s want.”
Discussing the ubitricity collaboration, Druce stated: “With this partnership, we want to present our UK consumers with a hassle-free, reasonably priced resolution to cost their Ami. That is consistent with Citroën’s philosophy of offering electrical automobiles with a customer-centric strategy the place the notion of care could be very current.”
The Ami additionally has a business “My Ami Cargo” model, an revolutionary resolution to city last-mile deliveries. With a payload of as much as 140 kg, a most load capability of 400 liters, and a decent 7.20m turning circle, My Ami Cargo is designed for companies working in cities and concrete areas and can also be accessible solely by way of the net platform.
I actually like the concept of unlocking extra worth from present infrastructure reminiscent of using lampposts for EV charging. three months of free charging will actually come in useful on this interval of rising vitality tariffs.
Photos from Citroën UK
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