The Chinese smartphone maker recently unveiled its first electric vehicle and also announced that it aims to become one of the top five automakers in the world.
Called the Xiaomi SU7, the sedan is a model expected to make the most of its shared operating system with the company’s popular phones.
Promo video of 60 seconds with a demonstration of the operation of the automatic parking system
Thus, utilizing all the latest technology systems, in a new promo video, it reveals its strengths. The SU7 parks itself in a multi-storey garage somewhere in China.
It parks with precision
In the 60-second video, the driver of the electric vehicle drives to the entrance of the parking lot, and then the autopilot takes over. The car, with a relatively high degree of difficulty, climbs a total of 5 floors, avoids obstacles in its way and parks accurately on the top floor in a designated position.
Xiaomi’s car debuts at a time when the world’s largest auto market is struggling with a glut of available models and slowing demand that have sparked a fearsome price war.
They will be produced by a unit of state-owned automaker BAIC Group at a Beijing plant with an annual capacity of 200,000 vehicles.
The Chinese company has pledged to invest $10 billion in the sector within a decade and is one of the few new players in China’s electric vehicle market, as authorities have been reluctant to add another player to an already saturated domestic market.