Xiaomi Electric Car SU7 Launched: Unleashing an Electric Marvel with 800 Km Range and Cutting-Edge Autopilot

Xiaomi Electric Car SU7 Launched: Unleashing an Electric Marvel with 800 Km Range and Cutting-Edge Autopilot

Xiaomi initially announced its car-making plans in 2021. Now, it has officially launched its first car, the SU7 electric sedan in China. The vehicle features an 875 V charging system and a 101 kWh battery, utilizing CATL cells, which provide a maximum range of 800 km. In this blog, we will take you on an in-depth journey through Xiaomi’s first electric car, exploring its specifications, notable features, and price.

Variants & Specs

Xiaomi introduced three versions of their first electric vehicle, the SU7, SU7 Pro and SU7 Max as reported by various media outlets. Before its official launch, there were talks of two models. Let’s see the specs and features of base and high-end models.

The base SU7 model is rear-wheel drive (RWD) and features Xiaomi’s in-house V6 engine with 220 kW power and 400 Nm torque. It accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 5.28 seconds and has a 73.6 kWh battery, offering a 668 km range according to the China light-duty vehicle test cycle (CLTC standard).

The high-performance SU7 Max comes with all-wheel drive (AWD) and dual motors, delivering a powerful output of 495 kW and 838 Nm torque. It accelerates from 0-100 km/h in just 2.78 seconds, reaching a top speed of 265 km/h. Impressively, it can go from 0-200 km/h in 10.67 seconds. Equipped with a 101 kWh CATL Qilin NMC battery, the SU7 Max boasts an 800 km range under the CLTC standard.

Xiaomi SU7 Design

Xiaomi’s SU7 is highly aerodynamic with a drag coefficient of just 0.195 Cd, the lowest among production vehicles. The car, sitting on Xiaomi’s Modena platform, is slightly longer than the Porsche Taycan, measuring 4997/1963/1455 mm with a 3000 mm wheelbase. Designed by Li Tianyuan, Xiaomi’s Head of Design, who previously worked at BMW, and exterior designer James Qiu, who came from Mercedes-Benz, the SU7 has a distinctive look. The team also ensured practicality with a 105-liter front and a 517-liter boot space.

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You will find these features inside this EVs spacious interior:

  • Automated driving system (ADAS), Xiaomi Pilot, powered by two Nvidia Orin-X chips with 508 TOPs computing power
  • 16.1″ central control screen with 3k resolution
  • 7.1″ instrument panel for the driver
  • Two rear screens for passengers, Xiaomi tablets named Mi Pads
  • Navigation displayed on a 56″ Head-Up Display (HUD)
  • Cockpit operation system, HyperOS, powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8295
  • Compatibility with Apple iPad

Autonomous Driving Or Auto Pilot

Here are its autonomous driving features:

  • Xiaomi Pilot ADAS uses input from one lidar (light detection and ranging), 3 millimeter-wave radars, 11 HD cameras, and 12 ultrasonic radars.
  • The autonomous driving system offers highway driving, self-parking, and car summoning features.
  • City driving functionality is expected to be available in over 100 Chinese cities by the end of 2024.

SU7 Connectivity

Not many know that Xiaomi was initially a software developer renowned for creating the modified Android ROM MIUI, which has now introduced HyperOS as its replacement, intended to serve as the operating system for this EV. This promises an unparalleled level of connectivity and integration. 

The SU7, is designed to seamlessly mirror the functionality of phones or tablets and effortlessly pair with other Xiaomi devices such as Mi Watch, Mi Band, and various Mi Home products like cameras and the Mi Robot Vacuum cleaner. While optimal connectivity is ensured with Xiaomi-made gadgets, company CEO Lei Jun asserts that even with Apple products, users can expect a high-quality experience when interfacing with Xiaomi cars.

Xiaomi Competitors 

In the Chinese market, Xiaomi SU7 will compete with the Porsche Taycan and Tesla Model S. 

Xiaomi SU7 Price & Delivery

The standard SU7 EV model is priced at 215,900 yuan (Rs.8,300,000), while the Pro and Max versions will cost 245,900 yuan (Rs.9,500,000) and 299,900 yuan (Rs.11,500,000) respectively. Want an eye-opening fact? The company received around 50,000 orders under half of an hour after opening the bookings. The company will start delivering Standard and Max models in late April, while the Pro models will follow by the end of May. The information regarding its launch in Pakistan is also not available at the moment.

Overall, Xiaomi electric car SU7 is making buzz in the Chinese market. It is because of its lower price and better range compared to Tesla’s Model 3. There isn’t any official word regarding Its launch in Pakistan yet. Let’s see when the company launches it here.

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