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Xiaomi EV announces delivery of 10,000th Xiaomi SU7 vehicle

iconMay 15, 2024 20:38
Source:gasgoo
Xiaomi EV officially delivered the 10,000th Xiaomi SU7 vehicle on May 15, according to a post on Xiaomi EV's official Weibo on May 15th. This milestone was reached just 43 days after the initial deliv...

Shanghai (Gasgoo)- Xiaomi EV officially delivered the 10,000th Xiaomi SU7 vehicle on May 15, according to a post on Xiaomi EV's official Weibo on May 15th. This milestone was reached just 43 days after the initial delivery on April 3rd.

Meanwhile, the company stressed that it continues to strive towards ramping up production capacity to meet its target of delivering 100,000 vehicles this year.

On April 29, Xiaomi's founder and CEO Lei Jun announced on social media, "32 days after the release of the Xiaomi SU7, we have officially rolled off the 10,000th mass-produced vehicle."

The Xiaomi SU7 is positioned as a mid-to-large-sized all-electric sedan, priced between 215,900 yuan to 299,900 yuan. The vehicle’s infotainment system is equipped with Qualcomm's 8295 chip, enabling connectivity across five screens, including HUD and rear-row screens. It runs on the Xiaomi HyperOS system and integrates with Xiaomi's entire ecosystem.

In April, the smartphone-owned carmaker announced there were 7,058 Xiaomi SU7 vehicles delivered in the month.

By midnight on April 30, the order backlog for the Xiaomi SU7 reached 88,063 units, with female buyers accounting for 28%, owners of BBA (BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Audi) vehicles making up 29%, and Apple users comprising 52.5%, said the company.

Previously, at the Auto China 2024 in Beijing, Lei Jun shared updates on the Xiaomi SU7. He revealed that the standard and Max versions started delivery on April 18, and the Pro version will begin delivery by the end of May, with the model's monthly deliveries exceeding 10,000 units in June. This year, Xiaomi SU7 will be available in 219 stores across 46 cities, with service centers covering 143 locations in 86 cities.

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