Sharing its name with the four-door economy car produced from 1961 to 1978, the French-made Citroen Ami has recently been revived with an all-electric powertrain and launched as a two-passenger four-wheeled bike. Since its launch last year, the new Ami has largely targeted a younger, adventure-oriented demographic. However, with the introduction of a concept called “My Ami Buggy Concept”, we can see that Citroen attaches more importance to this effort.
This rugged, off-road version of the Ami is equipped for off-road exploration. A beefy all-terrain tire, custom front, and rear skid bars, a bespoke grille-clad headlight assembly, tubular guards along the bottoms of the doors, an LED light bar positioned above the front roof cover, and a custom roof rack housing a full-size tire refill can be counted among the features.
The heavily revised interior has a special sound system, special seats, and a special luggage compartment designed to be used without feeling inside the Ami concept. The doors have been replaced with transparent, waterproof canvas covers that can be attached and removed with zippers. This off-road Ami with a capacity of 5.5kWh has a wonderful appearance as a result of the harmonious composition of black with neon yellow and anodized khaki accents.
Citroen does not plan to put “My Ami Buggy Concept” into production. However, this study can give very good modification ideas for Ami owners. Click here if you want more information.