Citroen Ami EV, a tiny electric vehicle to be deployed to the police department on the Greek island of Chalk.

In the United States, it wouldn’t be surprising to see cops like the Ford Explorer, the Chevrolet Tahoe, a massive SUV, and the Dodge Charger chasing the bad guys on the streets, which looks a bit terrifying. But on the other hand, on a small island called Chalki, with an area of ​​only 10 square miles, it would not be a good idea to bring a big SUV or high-powered sedan to run.

The Chalki Police Department has placed an order for four Citroen Ami EVs, a tiny, 100% electric vehicle to be deployed to law enforcement, two for the Coast Guard and two for the Coast Guard, Citroen CEO said. Let’s say that they are delighted to be collaborating with this police department on a special project that aligns with Citroen’s spirit of being a creative and bold brand, closely connected with the people of the city. Daily life and mobility

The Citroen Ami EV is a tiny electric vehicle with a 5.5 kW battery pack, but it can reach 70km on a single charge and have a top speed of 45km/h. Certainly not enough police departments on shore or in large areas, but on a small area such as on an island, it can do a lot of work.

Source: motor1


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