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While there are plenty of modern electric vehicles designed or built to crush speed barriers, performance limitations or our traditional ideals of what an electric car looks like, it’s not difficult to argue that the Citroën Ami Electric City Car–despite being capable–checks none of those boxes. Designed Alexandrte Pain aims to change with that his version of the Ami, the Citroën Me Concept Vehicle designed to tackle rural mobility. This futuristic two-seater combines 125 mile range, a top speed of 50 mph, 3D printed selection of customizable body parts for future modularity and an off-road presence that makes this a tiny vehicle with a boxy profile that’s suitable for anything–if it ever makes it to production. Here’s hoping a version of the Citroën Me Concept Vehicle makes its way to the sales floor because we’d buy one to bomb around town in.

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