Xiaomi Introduces Ground breaking Electric Vehicle SU7

The massive Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi is set to make an enormous mark with its first EV model, the SU7, as part of a calculated strategic entry into the electric vehicle (EV) market. Intriguing details regarding this much-anticipated car, which marks Xiaomi’s entry into the expanding and fiercely competitive EV market, has been revealed in a recent regulatory filing.

Incredible Range And Battery Options: 

With a CLTC (Combined Charging and Testing Cycles) range of up to 800 kilometres, the SU7 is poised to shatter expectations.

The SU7 is unique in that it has two different battery capacities

73.6 kWh and 101 kWh. As per the most recent New Energy Vehicle (NEV) model catalogue, these batteries offer roughly 156 Wh/kg energy densities and 127 Wh/kg, respectively.

 There are two CLTC range options available for the 73.6-kWh battery option: 628 kilometres and 668 kilometres. In the meantime, even more alternatives are available with the larger 101-kWh battery, which can run for up to 800 kilometres.

Differences And Details:

Xiaomi is not limiting its entry into the EV industry to just one product. The three primary SU7 models in the lineup are the SU7, SU7 Pro, and SU7 Max.

The regular SU7 has a single electric motor and is powered by lithium iron phosphate batteries that are provided by BYD’s battery division FinDreams. However, the SU7 Pro and SU7 Max have two motors for better performance and are powered by lithium ternary-ion batteries that are provided by CATL.

The Xiaomi model is distinguished by its dimensions as a mid-to-large sedan, with a wheelbase of 3,000 mm and measurements of 4,997 mm in length, 1,963 mm in width, and 1,440/1,455 mm in height. This puts it in a class above the Tesla Model 3 and the Nio ET5, demonstrating Xiaomi’s dedication to providing

With a 750 km and 800 km range option, the 101-kWh battery pack weighs 645.8 kg, which suggests an energy density of about 156 Wh/kg.

Launch And Future Plans:

The Xiaomi SU7’s addition to the list of new energy cars free from the vehicle purchase tax indicates that the vehicle’s formal release is about to happen. There has been some suspense since Xiaomi has neither acknowledged or refuted the reports that have been circulating regarding a possible launch event on December 28.


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