The Citroen Ami Buggy concept has been unveiled as a possible adventure focused micro-EV that aims to cater to those who wish to explore the great unknowns with a minimal carbon footprint. The design project features numerous updates that grants it a backpacker-style personality.
The Citroen Ami Buggy concept sits on a set of wide and chunky wheels and boasts a set of front bull-bars, black contrast trimmings and protective headlamp grilles. At the side, a set of wheel arch extensions and tubular protectors are applied along the bottom of the door apertures.
Atop the roof, you’ll find a roof rack housing a spare wheel and an LED light bar. When the car is parked, users can provide a ‘camp-fire’ atmosphere, created by light diffused by the light bar and music from the remote speaker.
The doors on the Citroen Ami Buggy concept have been removed and replaced by transparent rainproof panels for use in bad weather. This is a nod to the Citroën Méhari. The clear panels are fitted with zips to enclose the passenger compartment, with high-level openings evoking the glazed doors on production Ami models.
A vizor has been fitted above the windscreen, running out from the roof and offering protection against severe weather conditions. It provides shade in summer by shielding the occupants from the rays of the midday sun.