Behold: the Citroën AMI Quadricycle – a tiny electric car that even 16 year olds will be qualified to drive (14 year olds in France).

On sale from this summer with a ‘light quadricycle’ designation that will not require a licence, the AMI is 2.4 meters long with a minimal interior, a top speed of 45km/h and 70km of range on a three hour full charge.


Yours for €6,000.


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15 thoughts on “Hot Wheels

    1. Slightly Bemused

      From the link: “A solution that is not limited to the object” Ehm, what?

      Also, a licence and insurance will be needed in Ireland, if the current escooter controversy is anything to go by.

  1. scottser

    but it’s the future, methinks. better than them bloody electric scooters inanyways

  2. V

    Ah Chompsky

    what are ye at there

    This doesn’t qualify for Hot Wheels c’mon

    This is a fancy stocking filler

    get it together

      1. The Old Boy

        Judging by the Opel to Vauxhall ratio on the roads these days, the proportion of all cars in the state that are UK used imports must be enormous.

  3. Lush

    Yup, it’s what they call a cacahèute (peanut) here in France. Even if you lose your licence, you can drive one.

  4. George Dummigan

    Might be great for putting on a trailer beh8nd a Motorhome. Wonder how much it weighs?

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