Xiaomi SU7 electric sedan makes India debut

    In its top-spec, the SU7 can dash from 0-100kph in under 2.8 seconds.

    Published On Jul 09, 2024 05:15:00 PM


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    Xiaomi, the Chinese consumer electronics maker, has showcased its SU7 electric sedan in India as part of its 10th-anniversary celebrations. The EV debuted globally in December last year.

    1. SU7 offers up to 830km range (CLTC)
    2. Boasts 673hp and 838Nm torque with all-wheel drive
    3. India launch yet unconfirmed

    Xiaomi SU7: exterior, interior design

    The styling of the SU7 sedan was developed in-house under the leadership of Xiaomi’s head of design, Sawyer Li. Li has previously helped design cars such as the BMW iX and Circular Vision Concept during a five-year stint at the German carmaker. The SU7 measures 4,997mm in length, 1,963mm in width, and stands 1,440mm tall.

    The four-door sedan resembles the Porsche Taycan as well as the BYD Seal. The aerodynamic shape and sleek lines contribute to a claimed drag coefficient of just 0.195. Inside, the SU7 gets a minimalistic layout with a large touchscreen taking the centrestage, a digital driver’s display, a large head-up display, and a panoramic glass roof.

    Xiaomi SU7: battery pack, range, specs

    The SU7 is available in China with three battery packs: a 73.6kWh unit with up to 700km range and rear-wheel drive, a 94.3 kWh unit with up to 830km range, also with RWD, and a 101kWh battery powering the two electric motors on the SU7 Max trim with all-wheel drive, offering a range of 800km as per the Chinese light-duty vehicle test cycle (CLTC).

    The range-topping variant puts out 673hp and 838Nm peak torque, boasting an astounding 0-100kph time of just 2.78 seconds. Both the RWD trims produce 299hp and 400Nm torque. The top-spec SU7 Max has a top speed of 265kph.

    Xiaomi SU7: India launch details

    As of now, the company hasn't revealed any plan of launching the electric sedan in India. Prices for the Xiaomi SU7 start from ¥215,900 (Rs 24.79 lakh) for the entry-level variant, ¥245,900 (Rs 28.23 lakh) for mid-level SU7 Pro and ¥299,900 (Rs 34.42 lakh) onwards for the range-topper.

    Also see:

    BYD Seal India review: Still want that luxury sedan?

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