Have you noticed that ever since the release of Xiaomi’s car, the public opinion has changed? There have been many negative comments, but upon closer examination, these criticisms do not hold up. Perhaps it is because Xiaomi has disrupted the market that they are being targeted. However, as the saying goes, “If you have the strength, you don’t fear being targeted.”
Recently, an interesting test was conducted specifically targeting the battery pack of Xiaomi’s SU7 vehicle. This test went beyond simple puncture and burn tests. Instead, it employed heavy weaponry. The battery pack of the Xiaomi vehicle was subjected to bullet penetration tests!
To be honest, even top car manufacturers would hesitate to guarantee that they could pass such a rigorous test. Little wonder Xiaomi was feeling a bit nervous! The test involved three rounds of bullet penetration, each one posing a significant challenge to the safety protection of the Xiaomi battery pack. It not only tested the pack’s safety measures, but also its heat dissipation and insulation capabilities.
However, what no one expected was that Xiaomi’s battery pack did not present the test team with any opportunity to challenge its heat dissipation and insulation capabilities. None of the three bullet shots were able to penetrate the bottom protective plate of the battery pack. Aside from visible bullet holes, the pack remained virtually intact. It can be said that the battery pack is incredibly strong!
To enhance the safety protection of the battery pack, Xiaomi adopts a 14-layer physical protection system. The bottom protective layer alone comprises a staggering eight layers. The results of this test show that not even bullets can penetrate the pack. Therefore, dealing with everyday scenarios like going over bumps or scraping the bottom of the car will be effortless and worry-free.
It is worth emphasizing that Xiaomi has made “ten times the investment.” In addition to having comprehensive protection in the battery field, Xiaomi is the industry’s first to introduce the inverted cell technology. Furthermore, they have developed their own CTB integrated battery technology. In cases of extreme pressure release valve failure, where it is facing downward, the energy can be released quickly downward. Its heat dissipation and insulation capabilities are also top-notch, ensuring the safety of the vehicle compartment.
Overall, the battery pack of Xiaomi’s SU7 vehicle has shown remarkable strength in this safety limit test. The result of “bullets cannot penetrate” is something to be proud of. It also demonstrates that Xiaomi has put great effort and dedication into ensuring battery safety protection, reflecting their serious approach to manufacturing cars. Safety is the foundation of intelligent electric vehicles, and Xiaomi has presented an excellent report card. The future looks promising!