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Now anyone can have a Citroen Ami Cargo

July 2, 2024

Citroen has released a new add-on for the Ami enabling anyone to convert their existing vehicle into a van.

When the Citroen Ami was first launched it the commercial vehicle version was a specific option on the price list. The Citroen Ami Cargo got a separate plastic partition instead of the passenger seat.

Now, Citroen has added a new commercial vehicle (or Ami Cargo) option pack to convert your existing Citroen Ami two-seater passenger car into an Ami electric van.

The new My Ami Cargo Kit module is offered as a retrofit accessory, replacing the Citroen My Ami Cargo version on the price list.

It’s now possible to switch the Ami into a cargo configuration (or back) in just five minutes.

The new Cargo van kit protects the second seat with two vertical panels to separate driver and passenger areas and four additional panels to create a practical loading surface. Items can be secured under a restraining net.

Citroen says the kit supports up to 200 litres under the net and has a total volume of 340 litres.

All of the Ami Cargo conversion kit also can be folded and stored behind the driver’s seat. That will allow you to quickly revert back to a two seater passenger car should you need.

The My Ami Cargo Kit is available to order immediately from the Citroën Online Store or from the Citroën retailer network priced at £259 (inc VAT).

Citroen Ami Peps new model

Also relaunched is a new version of the regular Ami.

The range will now get a high-end My Ami Peps model that adds the 'best bits' from the Pop and Tonic models.

The Ami range will now start with the entry-level Ami and mid-range My Ami Orange, Grey, or Blue, finishing with the My Ami Peps which gets a black graphic band with yellow decals, black headlight rims, a rear spoiler, wheel covers, rear quarter graphics, and lower door decals.

Citroen Ami Peps

On the inside, the My Ami Peps gets a smartphone clip, orange-banded door nets, a central separation luggage net, a yellow bag hook, and three orange storage bins.

There's also orange straps and floor mat stitching.

The biggest change, however, is that the Citroen Ami Peps changes its standard colour from the grey-blue of the current model to a more green-brown colour called Night Sepia.

Written by: thevanreviewer 

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