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Xiaomi SU7 drives itself and parks autonomously. Seeing is believing

During the eagerly awaited presentation of its first electric vehicle, the Chinese brand highlighted the advanced features of Xiaomi SU7, particularly emphasizing his abilities. One of the most acclaimed features is the “Xiaomi Pilot“, the autonomous driving system that promises to transform the driving experience. Let's remember that the car is not yet official as it has been presented with all its cutting-edge technologies.

Xiaomi SU7: autonomous driving shown in video

A video that has gone viral on Chinese social media shows the potential of this Xiaomi Pilot technology: a driver approaches the Xiaomi SU7 at a multi-storey car park, activates the guide independent and leaves the car driving alone. The car skillfully maneuvers between floors, avoids obstacles and gives way to other vehicles, up to to park perfectly.

As anticipated, the heart of this technology is the Xiaomi Pilot system, powered by a large collection of data from advanced sensors such as high resolution cameras, lidar on the roof, ultrasonic radar e millimeter wave radar.

This data is processed in real time thanks to the powerful processor integrated into the vehicle. The SU7 operates under the guidance of the operating system HyperOS, consolidating the Xiaomi brand in the automotive sector. Operating system that has already debuted on the first Global smartphones such as Redmi Note 12, POCO F5 Pro e Xiaomi 11t.

The trust of Xiaomi in its technological capabilities is so high that it aims to become leader in intelligent driving by 2024.

Features of the Xiaomi SU7 electric car

  • development: the vehicle was developed by 3400 engineers with an investment in research and development of over 10 billion;
  • cockpit technology: Equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8295 chip, based on Surge OS. It includes a 16.1-inch central screen with 3K resolution, a 16:10 aspect ratio, and a 91.7% screen-to-body ratio;
  • advanced user interface: The center screen UI includes a 3D digital car model, synchronization with the external environment and transition animations;
  • (HUD): has a 56-inch HUD with wide view, high contrast and high brightness;
  • foldable screen: Features a 7.1-inch screen to display essential driving information;
  • compatibility with Xiaomi Pad: The back seat is compatible with Xiaomi Pad tablet and other devices up to 20kg;
  • electric motors: V6 and V6s models are currently in mass production, with the V8s model expected in 2025;
  • autonomy and charging: Power reserve is estimated at 800km with support for 800V ultra-fast charging;
  • size and design: it is a C-class sedan with the world's lowest drag coefficient Cd 0,195 and precise dimensions for efficiency and comfort;
  • adaptive lighting: headlights with 4-lens ADB adaptive design for optimal visibility and auxiliary lights to illuminate the inside of curves;
  • performance: acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 2,78 seconds and a maximum speed of 265 km/h;
  • Artificial intelligence: includes a wide range of AI functions to improve the driving experience, safety and interaction with the environment;
  • navigation assistance: Supports 100 Chinese cities with advanced intersection recognition and automatic obstacle avoidance technologies;
Gianluca Cobucci
Gianluca Cobucci

Passionate about code, languages ​​and languages, man-machine interfaces. All that is technological evolution is of interest to me. I try to divulge my passion with the utmost clarity, relying on reliable sources and not "on the first pass".


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