Citroën’s Ami launches sharing scheme with Paris-inspired designs
Over 100 cars are being added to the Free2Move fleet, with 20 bearing liveries that have been influenced by stories from Parisians and reflecting the city’s much-loved and well-known districts, including Montmartre, Champs-Élysées and Tour Eiffel. The designs came from Parisians in all walks of life, including David Twose, an artist based in Montmartre, a youth hostel worker in Belleville and a boatman who brings tourists to Paris via the Javel district.
To mark the launch of the 20 Ami designs, Citroën has created a series of short films for social media to tell the stories of the Parisians who participated in their development.
The Ami can be driven by anybody over the age of 16, with no licence being required. The vehicle is equipped with a 5.5kWh battery, giving it a range of up to 43 miles. Over 1,000 Amis have also been sold to private owners in France.
With no minimum rental duration, there are two pricing options available for Ami:
- Without a subscription, rental costs €0.39 per minute, €18 for the first hour (then €9 per hour for any additional hours) and €60 per day.
- With a no contract subscription of €9.90 per month, rental costs €0.26 per minute, €12 for the first hour (then €6 per hour for any additional hours) and €40 per day.
Accessible with the Free2Move mobile app, customers can book their nearest Ami for a few minutes, a few hours or all day.