Whatever you do, don't call it a car — Citreon's tiny Ami electric city car is coming to Europe this Spring, and kids as young as 14 are qualified to drive it, at least in France. For the rest of Europe, the Ami's light quadricycle designation means 16 is the minimum, although it can be operated without a license. Measuring in at only seven feet, 11 inches long, the Ami will be available for rent on a monthly basis, with a downpayment of $2,919 and a monthly cost of $22 dollars. Minute-by-minute rental will be 29 cents with a monthly subscription of around $11. Buying the Ami outright will run $6,600. A stripped-down interior with no radio means you have to provide your own source for tunes, and as a city car, the Ami tops out at 28 MPH and has a range of 43 miles. Charging time is only three hours from a standard European 220-volt outlet. Preorders start March 30 in France, with deliveries scheduled for June.