See the first picture of Chinese mobile company Xiaomi’s self-driving test car! This sensor is mounted on the ceiling


Chinese tech giant Xiaomi has entered and dominated almost every category of gadgets. The company is now preparing to enter the car market. Xiaomi has already announced that it will start mass production of cars in the first quarter of 2024. There are reports that Xiaomi’s car will be a self-driving electric vehicle, equipped with a wide range of features. It is claimed that Xiaomi’s car will compete with Elon Musk’s Tesla and other EV cars. Meanwhile, a picture of the Xiaomi car has also surfaced. This compels us to guess at what speed the company is preparing to enter this segment.

It is said that Xiaomi is very serious about cars. Earlier this year, the company unveiled plans to invest about 10 billion yuan (about $1.5 billion) over 10 years. According to the information, Li Jun of Xiaomi will serve as the CEO of the new smart electric vehicle business.

A blogger on the Chinese social media platform Weibo posted Xiaomi’s self-driving test car photo shared Is. The blogger’s username is Deroy. He has shared the picture of Xiaomi’s self-driving test car.

The lidar sensor is mounted on the roof of the car and an attempt has been made to make it stand out with a sleek design. Although this is a test car and changes in the design can be seen. It is also possible that the car is from some other brand and Xiaomi is using it only to test the lidar sensor and other self-driving techniques. Significantly, the lidar sensor is a major component for autonomous vehicles. It provides a high-resolution 3D view of the vehicle’s surroundings.

How advanced Xiaomi’s cars will be, it will be known only after their launch, but the timeline that the company has chosen for the launch of the cars, the Apple car can also knock around the same time. In previous reports, we read that the company could launch the first car around 2025. It is said to be electric and fully automatic.

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