Put this here because we'll never see this in the U.S. GCR:
https://www.greencarreports.com/news/11 ... 23-a-month
France's Citroen will rent its Ami two-seat electric car for less than $23 a month
. . . The Ami will be available to rent for the equivalent of $23 a month, for a 48-month period with $2,900, or for shorter terms through Free2Move, the car-sharing service operated by Citroën parent PSA Group.
Customers will also purchase an Ami outright for $7,600 when it goes on sale later this year.
What's more, the Ami can be driven in in Europe without a full driver's license. The Ami's small size and low top speed (28 mph) mean it isn't considered a car under EU regulations. It's technically a "quadricycle," according to Citroën.
That means the Ami can be driven without a license by people was young as 14 and France, and 16 in other European countries, according to the automaker.
A 5.5-kilowatt hour battery pack gives the Ami an estimated range of 43 miles, as measured on the European WLTP testing cycle. A full recharge takes three hours from a standard European household outlet, Citroën said. . . .
The interior has space for two people and not much else, and instead of a permanent infotainment system, drivers simply plug their smartphones into the dashboard. . . .