PARIS -- Citroen's new Ami full-electric quadricycle, aimed at urban and suburban users, will sell for as low as 6,000 euros ($6,600), depending on emissions incentives, and can be leased for 19.99 euros a month.
The two-seat Ami can be driven by people as young as 14 years, without an driver's license, depending on local regulations.
Production has started at PSA Group's factory in Kenitra, Morocco, and deliveries will begin in France in June.
Citroen says the Ami is part of a "digital ecosystem" that enables affordable and accessible urban mobility.
It will be available for short-term rentals, which Citroen describes as a sharing program, for 26 cents a minute, with a monthly subscription of 9.90 euros.