Xiaomi SU7

Electric Car Debut Turns Bumpy Faces Quality Concerns

Xiaomi recently debuted its first electric car, the SU7. However, since its launch, the vehicle has faced a barrage of complaints and concerns regarding its quality and reliability.

Xiaomi recently debuted its first electric car, the SU7. However, since its launch, the vehicle has faced a barrage of complaints and concerns regarding its quality and reliability.

Quality Concerns Surface Early

one owner faced a breakdown just 39 kilometers into owning the SU7. The vehicle displayed warnings of an imminent stop and a faulty drive system, rendering it unable to shift between drive and reverse

Customer’s Plight Raises Red Flags

The car is now slated for return to the factory for further analysis. Requests for a replacement vehicle have been met with Xiaomi’s response that all assembled models are allocated, leaving the customer stranded without a solution.

Customer’s Plight Raises Red Flags

With the owner’s request for a replacement vehicle unfulfilled, Xiaomi has committed to arranging a full refund and compensating for any associated expenses.

Resolution Efforts Fall Short

This incident is indicative of broader concerns regarding the SU7’s quality. Paint problems and doubts about the effectiveness of the traction control system have been reported by some owners, further exacerbating the situation.

Resolution Efforts Fall Short

Xiaomi's SU7 electric vehicle has an issue with its Automatic Emergency Braking system, inactive beyond 135 kmph until an over-the-air update is issued. This adds to concerns about the EV's reliability and safety.

Technical Glitches

It’s concerning to see Xiaomi, a tech giant known for its mobile phones, encountering significant hurdles with its debut electric vehicle, the SU7.

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