Citroen has turned the Ami into a very small electric off-roader

Since its unveiling, the Citroen Ami has been a hit with many people. It will not be sold in the UK because of high demand. The small city car has been seen in passenger and cargo versions, but the French company has now created an off-road beach buggy version.

The all-electric Citroen My Ami Buggy Concept shows what a rugged quadricycle could look. The concept is reminiscent of the beach buggy conversions made by the original Mini and Volkswagen Beetle, but it’s smaller and has more French flair.

Citroen My Ami Buggy Concept
Citroen My Ami Buggy Concept
Citroen My Ami Buggy Concept
Citroen My Ami Buggy Concept
Citroen My Ami Buggy Concept
Citroen My Ami Buggy Concept

The new Ami concept has many design changes over the original Ami to make it more versatile off-roader. We also think it looks really cool.

The major changes are the removal of the doors and the installation of tubular protectors. They were replaced by chunky offroad tyres with a roof-mounted spare tire. The My Ami Buggy Concept was inspired by off-roaders and features bull bars and metal grille covers.

A sun strip and an LED strip are located on the bonnet’s front edge. These can be used at night for either driving or shining a light. Storage bags at the sides protect the canvasses from rain, and are a concession to practicality.

Interior has received major interior updates, including new seats with more padding to protect your posterior while bouncing on uneven surfaces and washable covers. New storage areas have been added, as well as a special luggage set that can attach to specific parts of the car and an accessory camera holder that can be attached to four anchor points on the frame. You’ll want to show off the My Ami Buggy Concept if you have ever driven it.

The machine can be driven by anyone between 14 and 18 years old, just like the regular Citroen AMI. The off-road version is not yet available. However, it will most likely retain the same powertrain as the original. It has a top speed 28 mph. How fast can you cruise off-road?

Citroen has not yet revealed any plans to produce a buggy version for the Ami. Keep your fingers crossed. Although the company didn’t intend to sell the passenger or cargo versions of the Ami in the UK, they couldn’t ignore public demand. If they do, we’ll be the first to test a buggy version.