This quirky-looking electric vehicle is Citroen's answer to increasing urban mobility because it can be driven without a licence in some countries and can be leased for as little as £17 per month.
Unfortunately for British motorists, it hasn't been confirmed for the UK market, but Citroen hopes it will appeal to a new generation of car buyers in Europe.
There are three ways to access the Ami, such as the headline-grabbing £17 per month figure being the most intriguing. That's based on the European model costing €19.99 per month with a €2,644 (£2,265) initial payment.
It can also be rented for €0.26 (23p) per minute or purchased outright for €6,000 (£5,140).
The Ami is not intended to replace traditional car journeys, with its diminutive size meaning its battery only has a range of 43 miles, while its top speed is just 28mph. Instead, the French firm sees it as 'a real alternative to scooters, bicycles, mopeds, or even public transport'.
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Because it's a quadricycle, it can be driven without a licence from 14 years old in France, or 16 on average in other European countries.
The cabin has just two seats, with a pared-back dashboard that features impressive storage levels on top, a smartphone cradle in the centre and a portable speaker behind the steering wheel.
Vincent Cobée, Citroen brand chief executive, said: "For 100 years, Citroen has always been innovative and creative in democratising freedom of movement. This year, Citroen has come up with a new urban mobility solution accessible to everyone: compact, protective, 100 per cent electric, without driving licence and affordable.
"Ami aims to be a real breakthrough in the access to urban mobility, a solution that is as close as possible to new modes of consumption. This great idea was just a concept one year ago, and we are proud that we have made it happen today."