Xiaomi Car Leaked Sketch Images Reveal Its Front and Back Design


Recently, the exterior parts of the Xiaomi Car were revealed in a bunch of images, mainly showing the design details of the front face and rear of the vehicle. Judging from the pictures, the front face of the new car adopts a trapezoidal front grille, and the fog lamp areas on both sides are also designed in a shape similar to the air diversion groove, and the shape of the headlights is relatively round.

In this regard, Wang Hua, the general manager of the public relations department of Xiaomi Group, just responded on Weibo. He said that this is indeed a leak of the confidential design documents of the second-tier supplier, but the supplier is only a supplier for mold proofing. The document is a design draft very early in the bidding process and is not final.

That said, the leaked exterior cladding images do not show the final design of the Xiaomi car.

The news also revealed that the automobile welding air duct, side air duct decorative cover, rear bumper lower trim strip, lower air intake grille, etc. are all from BAIC Molding. BAIC Mold & Plastic was jointly established by BAIC subsidiary Hainachuan and Jiangnan Mold & Plastic, of which Hainachuan is the component industry platform of BAIC Group, and Jiangnan Mold & Plastic is one of the largest production bases for automotive bumper assemblies and other exterior products in China.

The full text of the response is as follows:

According to a previous report by LatePost, Xiaomi Car is positioned as a medium-sized fastback sedan, and its internal code name is Modena. According to Xiaomi’s official car-making schedule previously released, its first model is expected to be mass-produced in the first half of 2024.

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