The 2018 Citroen E-Mehari main bets to attract young people to electric vehicles. This Cabriolet promises to be a fun and diverse paradigm, as well as a completely quiet and environmentally friendly vehicle. If you want to know more about Citroën E-Mehari, keep reading the article.
At first glance, the E-Mehari looks like a modified version of the Citroën Cactus M convertible concept presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The bodywork is a little different, with an extra black plastic coating for a more robust appearance and more upright roll arches for the B and C uprights. The removable roof can be configured in different ways, with separate panels that cover the front and rear roof sections, and the four-seater interior can be completely watered through the use of plastics and waterproof fabrics.Cotroen E Mehari profile top red down.
As a nod to the original Mehari, Citroën will offer the E-Mehari with the same color selections as the Mehari in 1968, including blue, yellow, beige and orange. Buyers can also choose between two different roof colors and two interior colors.
An electric motor of 50 kilowatts (67 horses) allows a maximum speed of 110 km / h, according to Citroën. The automaker also claims an autonomy of 200 kilometers (124 miles), although this is measured on the famous optimistic European test cycle. The e-Mehari powertrain is shared with the Bolloré Bluesummer, a convertible electric car built by PSA Peugeot Citroën for the Autolib car-sharing service of the French company.
In addition to the French e-Mehari basic price of 25,000 euros (about $ 28,000), buyers must rent the Bolloré BlueSolutions battery for 79 euros ($ 88.34) per month, according to Autoblog