Lei Jun tested: Xiaomi SU7’s automatic driving assistant proven to be safe

Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun today drove the company’s newest smart car introduction, the Xiaomi SU7 Pro, first time during a live-stream presentation that provided detail performance and keynotes on the car features.

Stream live and route

For example, during the launch activity, Lei Jun drove the Xiaomi SU7 Pro from Shanghai to Hangzhou. This adds up to a distance of 177 kilometers, and features various mixed driving conditions in urban and expressway sections, enabling the real-life capability of the car.

Smart driving data

It is the drive feature running 44 days in total, with a shocking 82.39% active utilization rate. The Xiaomi SU7 vehicles complete over 2.58 million kilometers under the smart driving system, pixel-perfectly.

First Deliveries

The first batch of Xiaomi SU7 Pro vehicles will set off from this afternoon to Beijing and then radiate to other cities. Interestingly, this came 12 days ahead of the initial plan, showing again how Xiaomi is good at streamlining production.

Energy use and performance

On the 177 km traveled path, the Xiaomi SU7 Pro demonstrated a near excellent distance consumption of up to 217 km with an average speed maintained both in the city and on the highway at 110 km/h. It was in four-passenger transportation with the total equipment load of about 320-330 kg, which resulted in energy consumption of 13.7 kWh per 100 km.

How does the delivery speed correlate with customer satisfaction? Commenting on the event, Lei Jun said that the timely delivery of Xiaomi SU7 Pro meets user expectations, showing the efficiency of Xiaomi’s teamwork in development and production processes.

This announcement of the Xiaomi SU7 Pro really says it all for the first step that the company is making in entering the smart car market. The incorporated technological advancement, the superb performance, and the accelerated delivery timeline make the Xiaomi SU7 Pro set high stages for the ambitious plans of this brand in the automotive industry.

Source: ITHome, Xiaomi Car Weibo

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