We designed the entire Citroën oli [all-ë] to be as light as possible.
A roof and bonnet made of a lightweight cardboard honeycomb structure that is stronger than steel.
Seats made of only 3 parts with extremely light materials.
A purposely uncluttered and functional dashboard.
REMOVE EVERYTHING SUPERFLUOUS
Citroën oli [all-ë] has taken the gamble of retaining the essential features without compromising on your comfort.
Lighter air conditioning to reduce power consumption: the 90° angle of the windscreen and the sloping windows naturally repel the sun's rays to optimise the temperature on board.
The driver's smartphone and portable speakers are all that is needed and are integrated directly into the dashboard.
A BRIGHT FUTURE AHEAD OF US
Citroën oli [all-ë] is designed with recycled and recyclable parts, which can be easily repaired and replaced, thus extending its lifespan
Identical and interchangeable parts to reduce costs and the use of raw materials: front doors and windows, bumpers and wheel arch contours. These parts fit both the left and right sides of the vehicle. And vice versa.
Citroën oli [all-ë]'s mission is to inspire the future of affordable, sustainable and joyful family mobility
Much more than a car, this concept car is a versatile companion and a good dose of fun in your daily life, as useful when you drive it or not.
ACCESSIBILITY WELL-BEING BOLDNESS
A bold step for the future of Citroën
For Citroën, imagining a world where personal mobilitý is accessible to all is a fixed idea. This manifesto takes the form of a surprising concept car teeming with intelligent ideas to shake up the status quo. A roadmap for an electric, optimistic and functional mobilitý to improve the everyday life of all in the near future.
AMI does things differently
Particularly innovative, AMI is committed to making electric mobility accessible to all. AMI has stimulated the brand's creativity to imagine Citroën oli [all-ë], which goes against the current industry trend to build ever heavier, more complex and more expensive electric vehicles.