Hot on the heels of today’s launch of Xiaomi’s newly announced first car the SU7, Xiaomi has also unveiled a new dedicated website for its EV business. Xiaomi Automobile Technology Co., Ltd. was established in November 2021. The legal representative and CEO of the company is, Lei Jun, with a registered capital of 1 billion yuan and is wholly owned by Xiaomi Technology Co., Ltd. However looking at its intellectual rights application data, its website www.xiaomiev.com was registered by the company at a later date and formally passed registration review this year.
The website was noticed to be live and functioning shortly after today’s event. The sole focus is of course the SU7 which features such as an 800km range, 2.78s 0-100km, 800-volt system, and self-driving capabilities.
Tapping into its tech and phone experience the new Chinese language-only website looks sleek and full of Xiaomi’s style. The site has a fairly simple design and seven tabs that connect as you scroll down from the first page. Along with the home page, the other tabs include some graphic photos (some of which have yet to be seen or released to the public), technical information about the various aspects of the vehicle, photos of the SU7 engine build, information about its huge 800v battery platform, a model of its “Hypercasting” line (along with a two-minute promotional video about its production), a closer look at its “Xiaomi Pilot” nodule including some video of the cars self-parking and driving features and finally more information about its integrated “HyperOS” running on all the screens in the car. It is clear that the “Hyper” mantra is a hallmark of Xiaomi’s vision for its vehicles!
Xiaomi enthusiasts are all wondering about the exact price of the car and the potential date of deliveries. This information is still currently unavailable on the website, however, a dedicated hotline and other links to Xiaomi are available at the bottom of the page.
Currently with only information about the SU7 on the website, present and future fans of the brand will surely keep an eye on this new site as Xiaomi Automobile Technology company grows.
Sources: HeXun News