Xiaomi Showcases SU7 Electric Sedan In India. BYD Seal Rival?

Xiaomi, the tech titan known for consumer electronics, recently showcased their SU7 electric car. This impressive electric sedan, unveiled globally in December 2023, promises a blend of design, performance, and range. The car will not be launched in India and was displayed only for show purpose.
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Xiaomi Showcases SU7 Electric Sedan In India. BYD Seal Rival?

Chinese consumer electronics giant Xiaomi unveiled its SU7 electric car at a recent event in India, marking the company's 10th anniversary. The SU7, which debuted globally in December 2023, boasts impressive design, performance, and range capabilities.
The SU7's design, led by Xiaomi's design chief Sawyer Li (formerly of BMW), incorporates a sleek, aerodynamic form factor with a drag coefficient of 0.195. This translates to enhanced efficiency and range. The four-door sedan bears a resemblance to both the Porsche Taycan and BYD Seal. Inside, the cabin features a minimalist aesthetic with a large central touchscreen, a digital instrument cluster, a panoramic sunroof, and a vast head-up display.
In China, the SU7 comes in three battery pack configurations. The base variant features a 73.6kWh battery offering up to 700km of range and rear-wheel drive. The mid-range option boasts a 94.3kWh battery with an extended 830km range, also in rear-wheel drive. Finally, the top-of-the-line SU7 Max packs a 101kWh battery, powering dual electric motors and enabling all-wheel drive. This variant boasts an impressive 800km range (based on the Chinese light-duty vehicle test cycle, CLTC).
The SU7 Max reigns supreme in terms of performance. It generates 673 horsepower and a peak torque of 838Nm, achieving a remarkable 0-100km/h acceleration in just 2.78 seconds. The top speed is electronically limited to 265km/h. The rear-wheel-drive trims offer a respectable 299 horsepower and 400Nm of torque.
The base variant starts at ?215,900 (approximately Rs 24.79 lakh) in China, with prices increasing for the higher trims. However, the company doesn't plan to launch the EV in India.
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