Citroen revealed some months ago the Cactus M concept and today they presented the new E-Mehari. The French company has collaborated with the Bolloré Group for building the car, which is based on the Bolloré Bluesummer convertible.
The Citroen E-Mehari will be built at PSA’s plant in France and it borrows many design elements from the Cactus M concept. It has a length of 3.81 meters and a height of 1.65 meters, while its roof is removable. Its interior can be dressed in beige or orange waterproof materials, while the luggage compartment reaches 200 liters and with the seats folded it reaches 800.
Mechanical it is equipped with an electric motor producing 68 hp powered by a battery of 30 kWh, allowing the car to catch a top speed of 110 km/h, having an autonomy of 200 km. The battery is charged with household current at an intensity of 16A in 8 hours or with 10A in 13 hours. In France, its price starts at €17,700.