The Citroën oli [all-ë] brings a new way of looking at automotive mobility.
The french designers have tried to make the car as light as possible, improving the range.

Most of the components of the oli are recycled or can be recycled and maintainance is easy.

The roof and the bonnet of this concept are made of lightweight cardboard, in a honeycomb structure, making it stronger than steel. The seats are made of only three ultralight components and the dashboard is sober and functional. Your own phone and two speakers are the infotainment in this car.

With the Oli, Citroën wants to inspire to build affordable, sustainable and fun family cars for the future.



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