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Citroën Ami Buggy Returns: to Spain!

Citroën Ami Buggy

The sleeper hit of the summer, the Citroën Ami Buggy, shall return!

Stellantis, the parent company of Citroën, took a bold move earlier this year by releasing the adorably small Citroën Ami Buggy. But the whole limited run of 50 units sold out in less than 18 minutes, proving that there truly was an enthusiastic market for this quirky little two-seater EV over in France. Frustrated fans who didn’t get to buy theirs within the first run will have another shot now, but this time in a wider European market beyond just France.

Next spring, Citroën will release a special edition of 1,000 units of the Ami Buggy, which would help put a dent in the more than 1,800 customers who’d expressed interest in buying the vehicle back during the summer. These units will be distributed among the various countries where the Ami is marketed, including Spain. However, we’re not sure yet how many will be allocated to each country.

It’ll effectively be the same car as the super-limited edition we saw sell out this summer. It will have a 5.5 kWh battery that can go as far as 75 km (46.6 miles). It’ll also have a max speed of 45 km/h (28 mph) in order to comply with European regulations for light quadricycles.

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JESSICA MCCORMICK

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