Better than Tesla?  Attack of Xiaomi and BYD

Better than Tesla? Attack of Xiaomi and BYD

Official sales of the SU7 electric car from the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi began on March 28. On the first day alone, 88,898 orders were received, which greatly exceeded the estimates of experts. No wonder: the design is attractive and the style and features of the software are second to none. “The whole digital system is important for Xiaomi. “Tesla was not designed to be comprehensive,” said car expert Ferdinand Dudenhöffer. So is Xiaomi’s biggest competition for Tesla? And what exactly does BYD do?

With Xiaomi and Huawei, two smartphone manufacturers have entered the e-mobility market, which puts BYD under pressure. Tesla has also been struggling recently; sales in the first quarter were unconvincing. Reason enough for DER AKTIONÄR to take a closer look at the new e-mobility player Xiaomi and explore its potential. Is Xiaomi better than Tesla? Read now in new edition of DER AKTIONÄR (p. 46).


Other topics in the magazine:

New markets thanks to AI

Deepfakes are becoming an ever-increasing threat. The demand for fraud-free identity verification technology is increasing accordingly. That opens up an opportunity. But can a market leader pass the stock market audit? (p. 12)

Silver, gold and cooperation in confusion

Decades of underinvestment in the mining sector have led to shortages in the supply of key raw materials such as copper and silver due to increased demand from the energy transition – the result: rising prices. (p. 16)

Ready for the energy of the future

The company is currently making a lot of money due to high oil prices. But we are already well positioned for the new energy world. (p. 28)

The hunt is on: five stocks to earn money

High season for dividend hunters has begun. These five parks are well worth hunting. (p. 32)



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