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The needs of disabled motorists are often overlooked. Now, Citroen has designed a car with the specific needs of disabled motorists in mind.

The Ami for All is based on the Ami, a compact electric quadricycle launched in 2020 and that could be operated by someone without a driver’s licence.

Citroen collaborated with PIMAS to design the Ami for All. PIMAS is an expert organisation specialising in adapting conventional road vehicles for people with limited mobility.

Technical advancements include features to help transfer the driver from a wheelchair to the seat, an increased door opening angle, mechanical and manual controls for acceleration and braking, an innovative solution for transporting a wheelchair into out of the car, and a steering wheel knob to enhance driving ease.

News24 reports that its 5.5kWh lithium-ion battery can be charged in under four hours using an onboard electric cable. With a top speed of 45km/h, the vehicle ensures that drivers can reach their destinations promptly.

Thierry Koskas, CEO of Citroen said they’re working hard to make this vehicle a reality.

“We are thrilled to present this technical solution to support the mobility of people with disabilities, and we are actively working towards making this project a reality in the near future.”

Image credit: Inside EVs

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