Citroen Ami has got another special version. This time for the police for the Greek island of Halki. Its area is only 27 square kilometers, and the population does not exceed 500 people. In such a tiny territory big police SUVs and powerful sedans don’t make much sense, but subcompact EVs are the best fit.
Four Citroen Ami electric vehicles will go into the hands of law enforcement agencies – two for the police and two for the Coast Guard. A pair of E-C4 crossovers and E-Spacetourer and E-Jumpy vans will also join the fleet.
“We are truly delighted to be partnering with the Municipality of Halki Island,” said Vincent Coby, CEO of Citroen. “This project is fully in line with the spirit of Citroen, an innovative and bold brand that is closely connected with people in their daily life and with their mobility.”
The Ami’s electric transmission includes a 5.5 kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery and a modest 6 kilowatt (8 hp) motor. The range is only 70 km and the maximum speed is 45 km/h.