Citroen e-Mehari: Now with a Hard Top for Winter!

Citroen has launched a hardtop version of the e-Mehari

The Citroen e-Mehari now has a hard top for the winter, thereby offering an urban version not devoid of charm …

The new Citroen e-Mehari gambled, besides its famous version “Soft Top” made of a flexible material to roll hair in the wind, an urban version with “Hard Top” and thus able to be used by all time, 365 days a year.

A hardtop for winter

Recreation convertible vehicle at will, the new e-Mehari innovates with a new hard top. This rigid glossy black roof, supported by two arches of gray metallic security, strengthens the vehicle’s robust feel and gives it a more urban character.

This hard top provides assurance to use the new e-Mehari whatever the weather, whatever the season. The hard top, accompanied by front windows, glazing, rear quarter panels and a glass rear window, effectively contributes to the excellent acoustic and thermal insulation. Coupled with central locking, it also maximises the inviolability of the car.

Up to 110 km/h

The e-Mehari can run at a speed of 110 km/h gain in vivacity, thanks to a torque increased by almost 20% to 166 Nm. It has a mixed approved autonomy of 195 km and recharges completely in 10.5 hours at 16A on specific facilities for the (domestic terminals or public terminals like Autolib) or 16.5 hours on household sockets in 10A.

The new Citroën e-Mehari is available from 19,500 euros, less the environmental bonus of 6,000 euros, from 20,700 euros for version “Hard Top” bonus deducted.

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