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Citroen's Ami Cargo has now been confirmed for official UK sale, with the compact electric vehicle following on from its passenger car counterpart in attracting enough interest from buyers.
The left-hand drive only Ami was only going to come to the UK through official channels if there were eniugh expressions of interest made to Citroen. The passenger car quickly by-passed the requirements, and the Ami Cargo has followed suit.
Designed for urban driving, the Ami Cargo only has a range of up to 46 miles on a charge, thanks to a compact 5.5 kWh battery. However, for city centre deliveries or companies shuttling items round fixed estates, the Ami Cargo would have more than enough range to suit.
With a payload of up to 140 kg and a maximium load capacity of 400 litres, Citroen has done away with the second seat from the Ami and dedicated ot to carrying space. Combined with a vehicle just 2.4m long and 1.4m wide, and a turning circle of only 7.2m, and the Ami Cargo is ideally suited to city driving and parking.
Joining a considerable electric LCV range, the Ami Cargo is certainly the smallest van available from Citroen, and could in fact be delivered within its largest electric van, the e-Relay.
Delivery dates, pricing, and specifications will be announced closer to launch.