Citroen, one of French automaker PSA’s brands, revealed a mini electric car on Thursday to attract young city dwellers.
The two-seater car, branded “AMI”, will go on sale by June and is going to cost 6,900 euros ($7,500).
The vehicle, which is 2 meters 41 centimeters large, is among the number of new models that automakers are introducing to try to stimulate demand for electric models as they deal with tougher regulations on polluting vehicles.
Citroen plans to sell the car online in general. Two-seater cars can be driven without any need of a license in major European markets.