The growth of VinFast in the electric automobile industry is impressive. Well, the same is true of other electric car brands that have sprouted up in recent years. It’s all about the competition and who sells the most vehicles in more regions. On its part, VinFast has set its eyes on entering new markets with high EV adoption rates, and the US is on its list.
The Vietnamese company has a total of two electric SUVs to its name, and it’s ever-ready to bring them to more markets. Asides from its dominance in its home base, the company plans to expand to more regions. On its drawing board, it’s making plans to build new factories in Europe and America, but before then it’d bring more of its vehicles to America.
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Among the company’s plans are to increase the number of showrooms in the US. At the moment, there are plans to open 6 showrooms in the US by this week. It’d push on from these six after they are open to bringing 30 more showrooms across the North American country. More showrooms mean more publicity, hence possibly driving sales and adoption rate.
The two electric SUVs in the VinFast fleet are the VF8 and VF9, both of which come with a range above 250 miles on a single charge. VinFast as well offers a subscription plan to ensure the battery is replaced free of charge in case it gets bad. In 2024 the company will move on to produce and ship new electric vehicles with an emphasis on battery performance.