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The Citroën Ami and the future of urban transportation

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  1. Akir
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    Honestly, the more I read about this tiny car the more I love it. The utilitarianism of this design is just so enticing. I think about how cheap it's going to be to repair and get shivers. It's a...

    Honestly, the more I read about this tiny car the more I love it. The utilitarianism of this design is just so enticing. I think about how cheap it's going to be to repair and get shivers.

    It's a shame it's not available outside the EU, but realistically there's a lot of places where it won't work, if not because of infrastructure than because of a lack of air conditioning.

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