Electric Vehicles

Xiaomi reveals luxury sports sedan SU7 in India

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Xiaomi has showcased its SU7 electric sedan in Bengaluru, India on the brand’s 10-year anniversary in the Indian market. The Xiaomi SU7 completes the Human X Car X Home ecosystem playing an integral role in it. While Xiaomi is not currently planning to sell the SU7 in the Indian market, the company showcased the electric sedan to offer a glimpse of the Chinese brand’s pioneering vision for an intelligent future and the smart ecosystem.

Positioned as a “full-size high performance eco-technology sedan” the Xiaomi SU7 not only integrates with Xiaomi’s electronic ecosystem but also offers oodles of on-road performance. The brand reveals that it has developed five core technologies in the electric sedan.

  • E-Motor
  • CTB Integrated Battery
  • Xiaomi Die-Casting
  • Xiaomi Pilot Autonomous Driving
  • Smart Cabin.

To pull this off the brand has invested a large sum of money and also has a global team of more than 3,400 engineers and 1,000 technical experts helping to produce one of the best electric vehicles in the industry, revealed Xiaomi.

Powering the Xiaomi SU7 are two electric motors that produce 673 PS of power and 838 Nm of torque. This dual motor setup allows the 3.33-metre electric sedan to sprint from 0-100 Kmph in just 2.78 seconds. The SU7 electric sedan is also capable of achieving a top speed of 265 Kmph. The Xiaomi SU7 also features a steel-aluminum alloy armored cage and is equipped with a comprehensive suite of 16 active safety features.

Xiaomi reveals that the SU7 offers golden ratio on its interiors due to which the proportion of the steering wheel, seats, instrument panel, and HUD have been symmetrically aligned around the central axis. The EV also comes with features such as a 16.1-inch 3K ultra-clear central control screen, a large 56-inch HUD, and a rotating dashboard for a welcoming ceremony every time it is started. The car also supports connection between Xiaomi tablets with the car as additional screens, creating a 5-screen linkage in the SU7.

When Will the Xiaomi SU7 Electric Car Come to India?

The company has officially announced that the Xiaomi SU7 was brought to India solely for showcase purposes and is currently not for sale in the Indian market.

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