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Xiaomi’s Electric Car is Coming Soon

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After making a name for many types of smartphones, TVs, and many gadgets around the world, Xiaomi can now bring the electric car to the market. According to a report, the company can launch the e-car by 2024.

Now tech companies are entering the market of electric vehicles. These companies have captured the entire world market by bringing smartphones, TVs, audio devices, and many other gadgets. Now they are preparing to shine their luck through electric vehicles. From Apple to big brands like Oppo, even Xiaomi is seeing its future in the electric car business. According to reports, Xiaomi is working very fast on its first electric car. This information has been given by the company’s founder and CEO. Thus, according to a report by Gizmo China, Xiaomi founder and CEO Li Jun has officially said that the car which was earlier planned to be in the market by 2026, is now going to launch its first electric car by 2024.

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In general, the car can run for 100 kilometers with a 15 KMH battery. In such a situation, we can get an idea of the distance to be covered by the battery of an electric car. At the same time, some of the Tesla cars can run up to 500 km on just a single charge.

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Investments close to 10 billion dollars

In the same year, Xiaomi officially announced the launch of electric vehicles in the make-hour market. Last week, the company said it was expediting work on setting up a large-scale production plant for these vehicles in China. According to the report, this available plant of Xiaomi will have the capacity to manufacture 3 lakh electric vehicles annually in the near future. The company is planning to invest about $ 10 billion (about Rs 750 billion) in this electric vehicle plant. Lee Jun told reporters that more than 10,000 people are working day and night on the project’s research and development. Lee Jun Hee will head the company’s electric car division. He has said that even after entering the electric car business, the phone business will be the core business.

Apple and Oppo are working on Modern Electric Cars too!

It has come to the fore in reports that apart from Xiaomi, Oppo and Apple are also working fast on electric cars. We told you that although this news has been received only through sources and the company has not made any official announcement on it yet. Apple has kept this thing a secret till now. And the company has not made an official announcement to bring the electric car to the market. When Apple CEO Tim Cook was asked about the development of electric cars, he said that according to me the autonomy of electric cars is completely technical work. If seen from the right eye, an electric car is like a robot. So, the autonomous car is a robot. There are a lot of things that can be done autonomously here and we’ll see what Apple can innovate and do in the future here.

When Xiaomi’s electric car is officially launched, it will face many rivals. Also, the first competition will be with the Chinese company. Competing big automakers like Nio and Xpeng as well as Elon Musk’s Tesla and BYD won’t be easy.

In the past few years, the Chinese government has given a lot of support to the companies making electric vehicles and the electric China market, which has greatly helped the industry to grow. The Chinese electric car market is growing very fast. Market research firm Canalys estimates that 3 million electric vehicles will be sold in China in 2022, a year-on-year increase of 51%. It is estimated that China can very soon take over the world market because of the cheap car.

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