On 20 June, Citroën put 800 My Ami Buggies on sale in the hope of repeating the feat achieved in 2022, when the 50 units of the first edition set off in less than 18 minutes. And the success was a sure thing for Citroën, which broke a few records along the way.
Exactly one year after the sale of the first edition, Citroën is launching the second limited edition of the My Ami Buggy on Tuesday 20 June at 11 a.m. 800 of the 1,000 units produced can be ordered, while the remaining 200 will be physically sold at points of sale during the summer in Turkey, Morocco and the French overseas departments and territories.
If the first edition was only available in France in 2022, this second version has been sold in France, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Luxembourg and Greece and has been a real success, as evidenced by the impressive figures. registered with more than 20,000 connections to the online sales site.
In France, for example, the 430 My Ami Buggy went on sale in just over 2 hours, with a peak of 300 sales per hour! Citroën had sold the first 50 units in less than 18 minutes in 2022, and it is doing just as well with this second batch, which all went in just under two hours.
In Belgium, it will have taken just 9 minutes to sell the 65 My Ami Buggies allocated to the country, beating the 17 minutes and 28 seconds needed to sell the 50 2022 units in France.
In Spain, a customer holds the record for being the fastest to complete the entire purchase journey digitally. It took him 1 minute and 10 seconds to purchase his My Ami pram. This is 1 minute and 43 seconds faster than last year! The fastest customer in June 2022 then took 2 minutes and 53 seconds to select the exclusive version of Ami, validate his order, choose his delivery method and proceed to payment.
Always so charming, this second edition of My Ami Buggy confirms its power of seduction and once again shows all the potential it has to become a recurring limited edition, if not a new version of the range, as customers seem to be interested in this buggy, which in some ways recalls the Méhari.
Customers who have ordered their Ami buggy should expect to receive it at the start of the school year, as deliveries will begin at the beginning of September.