Xiaomi has Already Sold more than 7,000 Cars – Phandroid

May 2, 2024 | by magnews24.com

After a recent announcement regarding its projected EV sales numbers for 2024, Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has revealed that it’s already sold more than 7,000 units of the SU7, its first-ever electric car. The sales figures were publicly announced by company CEO Lei Jun via his social media account.

As seen in the post, the company has delivered 7,058 units of the SU7 to date, with a total of 88,063 lock-in orders. Xiaomi’s SU7 EV has certainly become one of the most talked-about electric cars this year, as it represents a first for the company, which is more known for its smartphones and other consumer electronic products.

At a recent investor conference, it was announced that Xiaomi is targeting 100,000 deliveries of the SU7 for 2024; as such, delivery for the standard model and Max model will commence at the end of April, while the company plans to start shipping out the Pro model by the end of May.

Xiaomi added that its manufacturing plant – currently in development – will be completed within two phases, in addition to annual production capacity of 150,000 units for Phase 1 and Phase 2. The first phase of the plant was completed in June 2023 last year. The Xiaomi SU7 was launched back in March,  and starts at around $29,800 for the standard model.

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