Here’s everything you need to know about the Xiaomi SU7 EV series. Today, Xiaomi finally made its much-anticipated debut into the electric vehicle market with the launch of its first electric SUV series, the Xiaomi SU7. The electric sedan not only signifies Xiaomi’s entry into the EV business but also its connected technology HyperMind via its in-home operating system, HyperOS.
Xiaomi SU7 and SU7 Max: Features
The Xiaomi SU7 comes in two variants, regular and Max. The Max variant, as you guessed it, is the top-of-the-line variant with almost double the horsepower and torque, and around 30% more range on a single charge.
The regular Xiaomi SU7 SUV does 0-100 km/h in 5.28 seconds, has a claimed range of 668km, produces 299 horsepower and 400nm of torque, and has a max speed of 210 km/h. The regular variant is a rear-wheel drive unit.
The Xiaomi SU7 Max variant, on the other hand, can do 0-100 km/h in 2.78 seconds, has a claimed range of 800km, produces a maximum of 673 horsepower and max torque of 848nm, and has a max speed of 265 km/h.
The main display unit takes centerstage. It’s a 16.1-inch unit with a 3K display, Snapdragon 8295, and lots of connected tech features.
In addition to all of the above, Xiaomi says that it has made significant investments in battery safety, which should make the cars safe to drive. They say that the battery is covered on both sides by reinforced metals and an additional 7.8 square meters of insulation per side, in addition to employing Aerogel for insulation.
Xiaomi SU7 Max EV: Specifications
|Battery and Time to Charge
|101 kWh and 60 minutes (Approx using 800V Fast Charger). 10 minutes of charge gives you 390kms of range.
|Power and Torque
|673ps, 495kW peak, and 838 n-m of torque
|800 KMs (Xiaomi-claimed)
|Developed using Xiaomi’s Hypercasting tech and Xiaomi Titans Metal
|265km/h (in SU7 Max)
|Compute power and chip
|101 kWh and 60 minutes (Approx using 800v Fast Charger)
|Internal Tablet and HUD Specifications
|16.1-inch 3K display, 16:10 aspect ratio, and 91.7% screen-to-body ratio. 13000 nits peak brightness.
56-inch Heads-up Display with 1500:1 contrast ratio, Snapdragon 8295, and HyperOS ecosystem
|Adaptive BEV (Birds Eye View) for improved autonomous driving with 160 – 250 meters of “seeing” range that adjusts dynamically depending on the terrain
|517 liters at the rear with a depth of 1136 mm.
105 liters at the front.
|5 stars in Chinese NCAP, 5 stars in Euro-NCAP, and C-IASI. 8 Airbags as standard.
|Aqua Blue, Mineral Grey, and Verdant Green