Phone Maker Xiaomi Reveals Their First Electric Car In China | V3Cars

Xiaomi, the global consumer electronics manufacturer, have revealed the SU7, their first electric car for the Chinese market. The SU7 EV will compete with the Tesla Model 3 and BMW i4 when it goes on sale in 2024. Let’s take a look at what we know so far about the 2024 Xiaomi SU7.

Xiaomi First Electric Car

Xiaomi SU7 Design

A quick glance at the SU7 is enough to tell you that Xiaomi have taken design inspiration from various cars sold around the world. The front end, with its teardrop-shaped headlamps and the tapering bonnet takes inspiration from McLaren’s supercars like the 720S. The glass house is very reminiscent of the Tesla Model Y, while the rear haunches are similar to what we saw in the upcoming BYD Seal at the 2023 Auto Expo.

Xiaomi SU7

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The connected LED tail lamps at the rear seem like an inverted version of the Porsche Taycan’s tail lights. The rear bumper also features air vents at either corners and faux body-coloured diffusers at either side of the jumper plate holder, while the tailgate features ‘xiaomi’ lettering. The Xiaomi SU7 is reported to have a length of 4997mm, width of 1963mm, height of 1455mm and wheelbase measuring 3000mm. The production-spec SU7 will come with 2 wheel options – 19-inch and 20-inch – with 245/45 R19 and 245/40 R20 tyres, respectively. 

Xiaomi SU7

On the inside, there are 2 themes to choose from – red and white. It is expected to offer a large, horizontally-oriented touchscreen infotainment system that could also display information such as speed, range, drive mode, etc.

Xiaomi SU7

Xiaomi SU7 Powertrain Options

The Xiaomi SU7 is expected to be offered with 2 powertrain options. The lower variant is expected to be offered with an electric motor at the rear axle that puts out 300PS of power and offers a top speed of 210kmph. The higher variant is expected to offer dual electric motors for an all-wheel-drive configuration and 675PS of power and a top speed of 265kmph. The Xiaomi SU7 is expected to be powered by lithium iron phosphate batteries from BYD and a nickel-cobalt manganate battery in higher variants.


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Nikil Jonathan

Nikil's a huge fan of classic cars, especially Italian beauties such as the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint and the Iso Grifo. His love for cars and bikes originated when he first laid his eyes on a poster of the Ferrari F40 and the MV Agusta F4 when he was just a child. He also loves all things analogue, especially vintage cameras and turntables.


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