Go electric with the range of Citroën electric cars. Citroën is a French brand of automotive development. They are providing 100% electric cars and vans.

You will find an ever-growing range of pure electric vehicles. You can choose from Citroen ë-Berlingo electric, Citroën ë-SpaceTourer Electric, or ë-C4 electric vehicle.

Each electric vehicle by Citroën is best suited for any kind of journey. It is because of impressive ranges and 100kWh quick charging features.

Choose the right Citroen e for you based on your needs and choice. This automotive brand offers a wide range of affordable electric car models.

There are nine different hybrid and electric models on the market at Citroen.

What is Citroen EV?

The fully electric models range consists of Citroen Ami, ë-C4 SUV, ë-Berlingo, and ë-SpaceTourer.

Citroen ë-SpaceTourer is the biggest one of all and can easily accommodate nine people.

New Citroën Ami electric car 100% electric vehicle that has a top speed of 18 mph and a range of over 45 miles. It is created to run on city roads.

Citroen ë-Berlingo van is a new fully electric model which provides the least compromise with similar load volumes to their diesel and petrol counterparts.

It is a family vehicle with exceptional storage capacity and flexible living space. It is available in two sizes namely 5-seater medium and 7-seater extra-large versions.

Electric cars are needed today as we are now more conscious about taking care of our environment and planet. It also contributes towards making electric vehicles more economical. The range of Citroën electric cars is very popular and important because they are less stressful, quieter, and produce zero particulate emissions.

Citroën electric vehicles are desirable not only because of being environmental-friendly and having a practical design but also for incorporating great Citroen technology that makes them stand out from the crowd.

Citroen Electric Cars: Why They Failed?

With what we mentioned at the beginning of the article, the company was unable to compete in the global market, and the company is experiencing difficulty in providing medium-quality duo cars at an affordable prices.

I think that Citroen failed to compete with major companies such as VW, Audi, and Mercedes.