Xiaomi's SU7 is set to begin the mass production phase in mid to late February, according to local media reports in China. We assume that means right after the Chinese New Year break ends, which would be on February 19. There's no point in starting the production process before the Chinese New Year, since the huge festival will cause an interruption to it anyway.
As is always the case with such things, it will initially start slow - only 2,000 are expected to be made in March.
The production capacity will then gradually ramp up until July, when 10,000 cars are to be made - and Xiaomi will look to maintain those 10,000 from that point on.
After the mass production begins, the first deliveries can occur, although so far we have no information on when that might be. We can expect the company to fill us in shortly, though.
I don't know about Tycan, but many compared it to Porsche, in general. And it's the best comparison. Those who say McLaren mean only by lights...
I'm glad that you showing in public how you are peeing in your pants of Chinese fear. Ugly americans...
Some have suggested McClaren, but you are the only person who thinks it looks like a Taycan.