In 2022, Citroën has a successful online sale of 50 “My Ami Buggy Ultra-Limited Series” cars in France, and now the French automaker offers up a new special edition with a 1 000-unit run that will be available in ten countries including the French overseas departments, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Greece, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Luxembourg, Morocco and Turkey. Dubben the Citroën “My Ami Buggy II”, looks set to be another success based on the reveal images alone - no doors or roof and a cool Khaki body colour accented with acid yellow bits along with a cool array of decorative elements give it a unique adventurous character. Those wheel arches, front and rear bumpers and the distinctive golden wheel covers make this the coolest little car ever. This version is fitted with additional exclusive accessories like transparent door covers to protect occupants, and a removable zipper bag positioned in the centre of the steering wheel to store small objects. A new roof closure system has been created to use it more easily - a black waterproof canopy that now has a zip, so it is more practical and easier to handle. Fully integrated into the design thanks to a roof cover that can be stretched considerably, so its less subject to air vibration when driving. It can be rolled up and attached to the rear of the vehicle with snap buttons. At the front, the roof frame is extended to form a sun visor, and it looks just right.
Take a look at the YouTube video from when the strange but ridiculously cool My Ami Buggy was first shown off by French automaker Citroën. This has to be one of the coolest-looking people movers ever even if it can fit on the back of a pickup truck with space to spare. We're still not sure of how we'd used one, possibly as a cool golf cart or to get around at massive motoring events - and even as a daily driver if the motor was better: Citroën My Ami Buggy Concept, ready for adventure | Citroën
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