Xiaomi has been working on an electric automobile for almost two years, according to reports. The firm announced its debut into the electric car industry in March 2021. For a long time, tech fans have been attracted by stories of the automobile in the works and have speculated on its look and possibilities. We now have images of how the car will look, and some on Twitter are comparing it to a cross between Tesla and Porsche.
Xiaomi electric car first look is out
The first official images of the automobile, dubbed SU7, have been made public. A Chinese government regulatory body was the first to distribute the photographs. According to sources, the automobile would be available in three variants: the SU7, SU7 Pro, and SU7 Max.
According to images uploaded online, the vehicle is a five-seater Sedan with a metallic exterior. More specifics regarding the automobile are expected and will be published in the future.
People had a variety of reactions when images of the automobile (now known as X) appeared on Twitter. While some, such as leakster Yogesh Brar, believe the car is a hybrid of Tesla and Porsche, others believe it is extremely nice.
According to reports, the SU7 will be manufactured in December 2023. The cars might perhaps begin to arrive in February 2024. However, this information should be taken with a grain of salt because Xiaomi has not publicly said when the vehicles would be available for purchase.
Xiaomi has also registered for a Chinese sales license, indicating its strong commitment to the electric vehicle market.
According to sources, the application includes precise automobile specs, and Beijing Automotive Industry Holding Co. Ltd (BAIC) is in charge of contract manufacture of the electric vehicle.
The automobile is outfitted with the proprietary HyperOS and is designed to revolutionize the driving experience. The HyperOS system is planned to effortlessly interface with Xiaomi’s ecosystem, allowing consumers to sync their smart gadgets with the automobile for a holistic and connected ride.
While the car’s exact range outputs have yet to be announced, sources say that the entry-level model will have a peak speed of 210 km/h. The highest speed of the higher-end model might be 265 km/h.