Xiaomi SU7 electric car sales exceed expectations

Max McDee, 03 June 2024

Xiaomi has surpassed initial delivery targets with its first-ever electric vehicle, the SU7. This impressive feat is a testament to the growing demand for electric cars, particularly in China, and further solidifies Xiaomi's position as a major player in the automotive industry.

Xiaomi delivered 8,646 SU7 units in May, a modest increase from the initially reported 8,630. This revised figure suggests that Xiaomi's EV production is accelerating, with plans to deliver over 10,000 units in June. The company attributes this boost to its double-shift production strategy, which was implemented to meet the growing demand for the SU7.

Xiaomi SU7 electric car sales exceed expectations

Xiaomi's commitment to streamlining the ordering process is evident in its decision to shorten the order confirmation period from seven days to three. This move, effective from June 5, aims to accelerate the order-to-delivery process, enhancing customer experience and boosting overall sales.

Since its launch on March 28, the Xiaomi SU7 has garnered considerable attention in the EV market. By the end of May, cumulative deliveries of the SU7 reached 15,764 units, a promising figure for a new entrant in the EV market. This data includes revised delivery figures for April, suggesting a steady increase in sales momentum.

Xiaomi SU7 electric car sales exceed expectations

The Xiaomi SU7, with its sleek design and advanced features, has proven to be a popular choice among electric car enthusiasts. Its strong initial sales prove that a competitive price point and compelling features are exactly what consumers are looking for.

Xiaomi's debut in the electric car market marks a significant milestone in the company's diversification strategy. The SU7's success demonstrates Xiaomi's ability to innovate and adapt to evolving consumer trends, setting the stage for future growth in the EV sector. As the global demand for electric cars rises, Xiaomi is well-positioned to capitalize on this trend.



Reader comments

True, BYD were producing quite terrible cars in the past, but those cars did not leave the china borders and did not go international.

  • Anonymous

Chill man. Nobody's forcing you to buy one. I'm sure it will do well with or without your insight...

  • Yazidi

They have Byd, Nio and Geely. They are spoilt for choice. Yet Xiaomi can take their fair share. They can only only get better and fixed all teething issues as they progress. They did what Apple fail to do, despite spending a decade and wasting a bil...



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