Xiaomi’s MS11 Electric Car Enters the Trial Production Stage: Shares Tipster

Xiaomi, widely known as one of the leading Chinese smartphone and other consumer electronics manufacturers, has been reported to be in the works to launch its very first electric car and now, the EV is said to have entered its trial production stage.

Here’s more about it.

Xiaomi MS11 EV Might Launch Sooner Than Expected

Last month, Xiaomi’s upcoming MS11 electric vehicle was spotted on the roads of Xinjiang in China and two Xiaomi officials were seen inside the vehicle. It was understood that the EV was in its testing phase and was spotted in a highly camouflaged state. Following this, a new update has arrived, pointing out that Xiaomi has entered its MS11 EV for trial production.

This update comes from a Chinese tipster, Digital Chat Station, who has shared the news on Weibo, China’s microblogging platform. The tipster has also posted the question “Is it about to be released?”

Xiaomi MS11 Electric Car - Tipped - Weibo - Digital Chat Station


As per what was revealed before, it is suggested that Xiaomi will unveil its EV only next year, in Q1 2023, and the launch is expected to take place by the mid-half of the same year. If the news regarding the EV entering trial production is true, then there is a great chance that it will have its debut much ahead of the expected launch date.

About the EV, from what we now know, the MS11 EV from Xiaomi will have a self-developed new software, chipsets, and a lot of other accessories within it. We are also aware from reports that two versions of the EV will be made available – one with LiDAR and the other without it. It will also have a center console with sharp edges, and also yellow calipers on the wheels, all of which were revealed when the EV was spotted being tested.

We can expect more updates regarding the EV and its launch soon, after which, more about it will be known, including its features and price. Don’t forget to stay tuned until then.

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