WATCH | Citroën's My Ami Cargo is an innovative daily EV, and can be driven by 14-year olds

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Its 5.5kWH lithium-ion battery affords a driving range of up to 75km, while its 6kW engine has a maximum speed of 45km/h.

The My Ami Cargo benefits from easy charging in just 3 hours on a standard socket.

It has a loading volume of over 400-litres and payload of 140kg.

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Citroen's electric models have yet to make their way to South Africa, but in Europe, there is no shortage of compact offerings - and the My Ami Cargo is one of them.

Measuring in at a length of 2.41-metres, a width of 1.39-metres and a height of 1.52-metres, coupled with an electric powertrain, it is the ideal transport for city driving and parking.

Its 5.5kWH lithium-ion battery affords a driving range of up to 75km, while its 6kW engine has a maximum speed of 45km/h and benefits from easy charging in just 3 hours on a standard socket.

Dynamite in a small package

Where space is concerned, it has a loading volume of over 400-litres and a payload of 140kg. A modular shelf, height-adjustable floor, and closed storage box offer even more space to store additional items safely.

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It also comes with a wide range of accessories like a door net, floor mat, storage compartments, smartphone clip and DAT@MI dongle to connect your smartphone.

2021 Citroen My Ami Cargo
2021 Citroen My Ami Cargo

Richard Meyer, Stellantis Commercial Vehicles Strategy and New Mobilities Manager, says: "Inspired by the version designed for individuals, My Ami Cargo retains the idea that guided the design of Ami - it can be driven from age 14 up, economical, agile and suited for urban use, with peripheral visibility and an electric engine.

"This is why we created an innovative interior space, allowing us to make an offer that's unique on the market while retaining the simplicity and clever design of Ami."

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