But the catch is that it's only going to be used for car-sharing.
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It's a weird name, sure, but when you're going to be as big as this post-merger company, you can call yourself whatever you want.
The Citroen Ami electric car breaks down a lot of barriers -- kind of like the 2CV.
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Designed for urban driving and long distances, respectively, the Ami and the 1919 represent Citroen's vision of the future.
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In traditional Citroën fashion, it packs a unique hydraulic suspension system geared for comfort.
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It packs all the future tech you'd expect from a proper concept car.