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The automobile company Citroen is part of the PSA Peugeot Citroen Corporation and specializes in the production of modern passenger cars.
The headquarters of the car company is located in Neuilly-sur-Seine. The founder of the company, Andre Citroen, successful in the future, in 1919, calling it “Societe anonyme Andre Citroen”.
The entrepreneur's goal was the mass production of high-quality and at the same time inexpensive cars. The idea of the creator lives on to this day.
Today, minivans, compact hatchbacks, sedans and, of course, the C-Crosser crossover, developed jointly with the Japanese company Mitsubishi, are leaving the company's conveyors.
Engineers equipped the more modern models C5 and C6 with a proprietary hydropneumatic suspension, which allows the car to change ground clearance on the go.
In the summer of 2020, the new compact Citroen Ami electric car will enter the European market. Moreover, the manufacturer offers three schemes for owning a car: regular purchase, long-term rental and car sharing.
They plan to sell Ami online, with delivery of the car to the buyer's house or to the pick-up point. However, the manufacturer will not abandon the traditional sales scheme: electric cars will be delivered to dealerships, and will also be displayed in pop-up stores.
A 5.5 kW / h battery is installed under the floor of the machine, which powers one electric motor. With it, Ami accelerates to a maximum of 42 km / h and travels without charging about 75 km.
It takes 3 hours to fill the battery from a household outlet. In the cabin - 2 chairs displaced relative to each other; the role of the media system is performed by a smartphone.