News hardware This car without a French electric license arrives to dethrone the Citroën Ami
Over the past two years, cars without a license have experienced an incredible boom. With the recent arrival of vehicles without an electric licence, the whole offer has been turned upside down and is attracting new customers.
A new electric car without a license and French!
By going to the site of the French manufacturer Ligier, we discover a new model, named Myli. A car without a license that is already making promises even before being unveiled. It is clearly there to attack cars like the Aixam e City or the Citroën Ami.
With its experience of more than 40 years, Ligier has become one of the best-selling brands in Europe in the light quadricycle sector. Some will rather recognize the Microcar brand, which is intended for the private market.
On its site, the French manufacturer very slightly reveals its future electric model. We thus discover the curves of the vehicle as well as the light signature, in a 20-second video. We can thus distinguish that the template will be similar to that of the Citroën Ami. The design, on the other hand, should remain very close to the models currently sold by the manufacturer. It should be less surprising than the famous Ami and its inverted doors.
Ligier specifies in its page that comfort will be one of the major assets of this car, even speaking of “advanced equipment”. She should even venture on the roads outside the cities. This is one of the weak points of the Citroën Ami, difficult to be confident on a country road.
An electric car without license made in France!
Ligier is not just French, he will also assemble the new Myli in France. An undeniable asset in an auto market that is struggling to relocate its factories. This is the strategy of producing in France its fleet of vehicles for European marketing.
Ligier makes it a point of honor not to leave anyone behind with this car. “At ease on daily urban and peri-urban journeys, Myli will be able to drive you just as well to your workplace, to school or to your friends’.”
The manufacturer even goes so far as to describe the autonomy as “impressive”. We therefore expect a range of more than 90 km to overtake Aixam e City Sport.
Aesthetics seems to be a very important point with a lot of customization. Ligier talks about “personalization packs” from the launch. A great way to attract teenagers who prefer the car without a license to the scooter. Parents are also more reassured to know their teenager in a vehicle with bodywork.
But it’s not just young people using cars without a licence. There are also executives who no longer have their license or have never had one and elderly people who do not want to go fast.
As a reminder, cars without a license are in the L6 category and can drive up to 45 km/h. The minimum age is 14 years old.