To make the city more fluid, more pleasant and more human, Citroën has come up with a creative response: a new model for open-source, collective and shared mobility, offering mobility for all. This is the promise of Citroën Autonomous Mobility Vision.
To put pleasure and service back at the heart of urban transport, Citroën, Accor and JCDecaux have formed a visionary collective: The Urban Collëctif. This association has given rise to a brand new mobility concept, illustrated by The Citroën Skate, a mobility technology platform, combined with 3 Pods offering 3 new and dedicated services: Sofitel En Voyage, Pullman Power Fitness and JCDecaux City Provider.
The Citroën Skate is a mobility tool that is private or public depending on the associated services and can travel around all urban centres in dedicated lanes to generate fluid and optimised mobility. It incorporates all the intelligence and technology required for autonomous and electric driving: battery, electric motor, radar, lidars, etc. Active in a purely urban setting, its maximum speed is limited to 25 km/h.