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Frenches of Fancy: 7 French Cars from the 2016 Paris Auto Show We Want in the U.S.

Car and Driver Logo By Car and Driver of Car and Driver | Slide 2 of 15: The only new vehicle sold in the U.S. that can be easily altered to drive around (legally or otherwise) without doors is the Jeep Wrangler. Citroën’s e-Mehari has doors, so it doesn’t match the Wrangler on that particular point, but the oddball runabout nevertheless hews to the formula as a retro take on the original Mehari, a 2CV-based trucklet that could be had without doors, without a roof, and, well, without much of anything save for an engine and wheels. It’s that stripped-down charm (channeled from the past or otherwise) that gives the e-Mehari its magnetic pull.

Citroën e-Mehari

The only new vehicle sold in the U.S. that can be easily altered to drive around (legally or otherwise) without doors is the Jeep Wrangler. Citroën’s e-Mehari has doors, so it doesn’t match the Wrangler on that particular point, but the oddball runabout nevertheless hews to the formula as a retro take on the original Mehari, a 2CV-based trucklet that could be had without doors, without a roof, and, well, without much of anything save for an engine and wheels. It’s that stripped-down charm (channeled from the past or otherwise) that gives the e-Mehari its magnetic pull.
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