Xiaomi presented its first electric car SU7 in China – a five-seater sedan with a panoramic glass roof and autopilot.

The car will be produced jointly with the Chinese manufacturer BAIC, but under the Xiaomi brand.

The length of the SU7 is 4997 mm, the wheelbase is 3000 km. Wheels with a diameter of 19 and 20 inches will be available to choose from.

There is a camera installed on the machine’s bracket. It’s probably needed for a face-like feature to work.

There will be two versions of the car: rear-wheel drive with a power of 220 kW and all-wheel drive with a maximum power of 495 kW (220 kW + 275 kW). The rear-wheel drive version weighs 1980 kg and accelerates to 210 km/h, the all-wheel drive version weighs 2205 kg and has a top speed of 265 km/h.

Three configurations will be available for these modifications: SU7, SU7 Pro and SU7 Max. of the companies they produce are a rear retractable spoiler, lidar (most likely for adaptive cruise control) and an ETC system that allows some to pay toll roads without stopping the car.

Production of the sedan will begin in December 2023, with delivery in February 2024. The price is kept secret. BAIC has already launched test production.

It is worth noting that this is an unofficial presentation of the car. In China, every car must be approved by a regulatory body before entering the market, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology must publish a list of cars that provide approval for the process.

This happened with Xiaomi too. Automakers do this because they have to reveal the characteristics of cars that have not yet been announced. [CarNewsChina]

Source: Iphones RU

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