- Xiaomi revealed its inaugural electric vehicle, the SU7, boasting advanced technology, including a “super electric motor” promising acceleration speeds faster than Tesla and Porsche EVs.
- Xiaomi’s CEO Lei Jun outlined ambitious plans, aiming to become one of the world’s top five automakers in the next 15 to 20 years, contributing to China’s automobile industry.
- The SU7 integrates Xiaomi’s operating system, enabling seamless connectivity with the company’s mobile apps and electronic devices, leveraging its established consumer electronics brand and user base.
- The SU7 comes in two versions with driving ranges up to 668 km and 800 km on a single charge, showcasing competitive mileage compared to Tesla’s Model S. Pricing details are yet to be disclosed.
- Xiaomi’s EVs will be produced by a unit of BAIC Group in a Beijing factory with an annual capacity of 200,000 vehicles. It has secured approval from authorities, aiming to avoid adding to China’s auto supply glut.