Citroën says the all-electric My Ami Buggy Concept is a micro-mobility recreational vehicle designed for leisure and adventure.
There’s a panoramic glass roof, and no doors, to help people enjoy holidays by the sea or in the countryside.
There are also large wheels and off-road tyres, along with wheel arch extensions, bull-bars and protective headlight grilles. There’s even a roof-rack, LED light bar and spare wheel.
The regular Ami doors have been removed and replaced by transparent rainproof panels for use in bad weather – as per the Citroën Méhari from the 1970’s and ‘80’s. These panels can be removed, rolled up and stored behind the seats in storage bags.
A vizor has been fitted above the windscreen, offering protection against severe weather conditions and providing shade in summer.
My Ami Buggy Concept features new Advanced Comfort seat cushions, with foam depth increased from 35mm in Ami Electric to 70mm for the Ami Buggy, and the seats themselves can easily be removed, are interchangeable and washable.
There are even holders for attaching a camera, which can be placed on one of the four anchoring points on the vertical frame of the driver and passenger door openings. And there’s a removable speaker that sits in the dashboard recess behind the steering wheel.
Although Citroën would like you to put the My Ami Buggy Concept on your Christmas list, you can’t, because it’s just a Concept.