Citroen says EV concept uses cardboard and has top speed of 68 mph


Citroen’s oli concept car photographed in Paris on September 29, 2022. The carmaker says it has a top speed of 68 miles per hour.

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French automaker Citroen released details of a new electric concept vehicle Thursday, with its CEO telling CNBC that the electrification of individual transport represented an important part of a sustainable future.

In a document outlining the concept, which is called oli, Citroen said it had a target weight of roughly 1,000 kilograms, or one metric ton, and a range of as much as 248 miles.

Citroen said the oli’s top speed had been limited to 68 miles per hour. The brand, which is owned by Stellantis, said “20% to 80% charging”…


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