Electric car that does not need licence to be sold in France

The Citroën AMI, an electric car, on display in a Fnac store. The vehicles are now available to buy from Fnac and Darty in France.
The Citroën AMI is an electric car on sale in Fnac and Darty stores in France.

The vehicle, which has a maximum speed of 45 kph and can be driven without a permit by people aged 14 and over, will be sold by retailers Fnac and Darty.

The Citroën AMI has already sold 500 units in France since it became available to order on May 11. 

It will now be available to purchase in France from book and media store Fnac and household electrical store Darty.

The car is 100% electric and measures only 2.41 metres long. It can be driven without a driving licence, by those aged 14 and over

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