Xiaomi SUV Rendered to Resemble a Chinese Version of Ferrari Purosangue for the Masses

The second Xiaomi model is anticipated to utilize the same electric platform and motors as its slightly smaller counterpart.

Xiaomi is a newcomer in the automotive industry, but following the tremendous success of the SU7 electric sedan, the company is diligently working on its second model—an SUV. Recently, spy shots of the prototype covered in camouflage surfaced, sparking a wave of renderings depicting the upcoming EV.

One of the most intriguing features of the Xiaomi SUV is its resemblance to the sedan in terms of shape. Rather than completely redesigning and enlarging the vehicle, Xiaomi has opted to strike a balance between sedan and SUV, akin to the Kia EV6, Hyundai Ioniq 5, and Ferrari Purosangue.

As a result, these renderings portray the Chinese brand’s second EV featuring a design that closely resembles the sedan but with a slightly lifted profile. Additionally, the design incorporates several elements inspired by the Ferrari Purosangue, adding a touch of flair.

Sugar Design has brought the first set of renderings to life, showcasing the most impressive features. They highlight the front of the vehicle, which closely resembles the sedan but with sleek split headlights for added style. Gloss black accents further enhance its appealing appearance.

Additionally, the SUV sports gloss black fenders and side skirts. Changes to the roof elevate its profile compared to the SU7. The rear quarter panels have also been enlarged, and from a three-quarter view, the resemblance to the Purosangue is strikingly evident.

Another set of renderings, shared online by EET China, depicts a model with a less sleek appearance, featuring a higher front fascia, sharper lines, and fewer curves. Its overall shape mirrors Sugar Design’s creation, and like the SU7, it sports curved LED taillights and a full-width light bar.

Xiaomi’s SUV is currently dubbed the MX11, although this name is expected to change upon production. It is likely to share the ‘Modena’ platform with the SU7, but earlier reports this year suggested it might adopt a new architecture and potentially offer a range-extender option.


  • Ian Sawyer

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