Deliveries of Xiaomi electric cars take up to seven months. Strong demand signal – Automotive

Deliveries of Xiaomi electric cars take up to seven months. Strong demand signal – Automotive
Deliveries of Xiaomi electric cars take up to seven months. Strong demand signal – Automotive
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Deliveries of Xiaomi electric cars take up to seven months. Strong demand signal

The Chinese mobile phone manufacturer ventured into the electric car market in China and pre-orders reached around 90 thousand units in the first 24 hours.

Xiaomi, a Chinese mobile phone manufacturer, debuts on the electric car market with the SU7 and the expected delivery time is four to seven months, which, according to Reuters, indicates strong demand.

Pre-orders opened last Thursday and in the first 24 hours it received 88,898 orders.

Deliveries of the SU7 in the standard version, priced at 215,900 yuan (27,554 euros at current exchange rates), take 18 to 21 weeks, according to Reuters.

The period extends for the most expensive version, which costs 299,900 yuan (38,275 euros), reaching 27 to 30 weeks.

Xiaomi’s entry into the competitive Chinese electric vehicle market comes at a time when many manufacturers are cutting prices. This is the case with Aito, supported by Xiaomi’s smartphone rival Huawei, which is offering discounts of up to 20,000 yuan (2,552 euros) in April for its new M7 model, an electric SUV.

The article is in Portuguese

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