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Citroen’s Autonomous Electric SUV Does 500 Miles Per Charge

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May 14, 2019

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Few older automotive companies have shown their commitment to future technologies quite like Citroen. But the French manufacturer is far from through with pushing the limits if their unique 19_19 all-electric concept SUV is any indication.

Like something out of Judge Dredd or Blade Runner, this marvelously-futuristic four-wheeler is a direct follow-up to the brand’s urban-focused Ami One concept from February but doubles down on a number of key features. For starters, the 19_19 is said to have an effective range just shy of 500 miles per charge and a horsepower rating of 456 — giving it a top speed of over 124 mph, a 0-62 time of five seconds, and 590 foot-pounds of torque. And while you could enjoy all of that yourself, the 19_19 is also said to have autonomous driving tech built-in, so you can lean back and enjoy the luxurious comfort-focused cabin and let the car do the hard work. Let’s just hope Citroen puts all of this concept’s technologies to good use in the future.

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