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Xiaomi: Purchasing an Electric Vehicle is Expected to Take Six Months

Screen images from Chinese social media appear to show the company warning customers that the SU7 Electric Max delivery time could take up to 27 weeks.

Before the company started accepting sales on Thursday, it announced that within 24 hours, pre-orders had reached 88,898. Xiaomi did not immediately answer a request for comment from the BBC.

The technology behemoth competes against EV rivals like Tesla and BYD in the largest auto market globally. With a market share of roughly 12%, it is currently the third-largest smartphone vendor worldwide.

The Tesla Model 3’s 567 km (or 700 km) is surpassed by the SU7, which has been compared to Porsche’s Taycan and Panamera models.

To market the SU7, Xiaomi also unveiled the Founder’s Edition, a limited-edition version of the vehicle that includes refrigerators as complimentary gifts.

Lei Jun, the chief executive of the tech behemoth, said on Weibo on Sunday that the Founder’s Edition would go on sale for a second time.

The company expects that by using the same operating system as its phones, laptops, and other gadgets, the SU7 will become more popular with its current clientele.

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