Citroën has made a cargo version of the Ami

Citroën has revealed a new commercial version of its latest Ami all electric, well kind of car. Technically the Ami is a quadricycle with two seats. Launched at the tails end of last year, the Ami is designed for young teenagers in France, where the law is a bit different to the UK as 14 year olds can drive this, up to a certain speed limit – without a full […]

New hydrogen plug-in hybrid van from Citroën, Peugeot and Vauxhall is coming next year

Stellantis, the new parent company behind Citroën, Peugeot, Vauxhall, Fiat, Jeep as well as many more companies has announced recently that coming from its Citroën, Peugeot and Vauxhall brands will be a new hydrogen powered van, next year. Sitting on the same platform as the Dispatch, Expert and Vivaro, which themselves all have fully electric versions, the new hydrogen vans will be plug in hybrid models, with the tank sitting […]

Citroën says that electric fleets could reduce congestion charge by £17m

Citroën has come out and said that if companies switched their vehicle fleets away from purely fossil fuels to full electric or even plug-in hybrid they can save over £17 million per year, based on the costs of the London Congestion Charge Zone. “Electric vehicles such as New e-C4 and e-Dispatch van are ideal for business and fleet users. Not only do they suit a variety of driving conditions, their […]

Citroën launches new e-Berlingo electric van, with 171 miles of range

Today, Citroën has announced the all new e-Berlingo, the first small all electric van from the PSA group so far and it is actually the fist of three new electric vans the group is planning on launching in this year alone. PSA, which also owns DS, Peugeot, Opel/Vauxhall and Citroën is planning on completely making the van line up fully electric by the year 2025. Like the other larger vans […]