Xiaomi will build a factory with a capacity of 300,000 vehicles per year

Xiaomi announced in the past few hours that it will build a plant in Beijing (China) capable of producing up to 300,000 vehicles per year . Authorities in the Chinese capital revealed that the plant will be built in two steps.   The Chinese giant also establish the headquarters of its automotive division, as well as sales offices and research in the Economic Development Zone and Beijing Technology ( Beijing Economic and Technological Development Zone ). Unfortunately, it is currently unclear when construction of the site will begin, but Lei Jun - Xiaomi's chief executive - said the factory will have to be able to start mass production in 2024 , according to Reuters.  In September, the Chinese company announced the birth of Xiaomi EV Company Limited with which it will start producing cars. In addition, the division already had 300 employees as of September . For now, Xiaomi has not yet presented a detailed roadmap of what it plans to announce in the future.  However, building its own plant suggests the Asian giant has no plans to partner with an existing automaker to bring its first electric vehicle to life. Finally, Xiaomi recently acquired Deepomotion Tech , a company that develops autonomous driving technology.

Xiaomi announced in the past few hours that it will build a plant in Beijing (China) capable of producing up to 300,000 vehicles per year . Authorities in the Chinese capital revealed that the plant will be built in two steps.

The Chinese giant also establish the headquarters of its automotive division, as well as sales offices and research in the Economic Development Zone and Beijing Technology ( Beijing Economic and Technological Development Zone ). Unfortunately, it is currently unclear when construction of the site will begin, but Lei Jun - Xiaomi's chief executive - said the factory will have to be able to start mass production in 2024 , according to Reuters.

In September, the Chinese company announced the birth of Xiaomi EV Company Limited with which it will start producing cars. In addition, the division already had 300 employees as of September . For now, Xiaomi has not yet presented a detailed roadmap of what it plans to announce in the future.

However, building its own plant suggests the Asian giant has no plans to partner with an existing automaker to bring its first electric vehicle to life. Finally, Xiaomi recently acquired Deepomotion Tech , a company that develops autonomous driving technology.

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