VinFast to Unveil Three New BEVs at CES

Vietnam’s VinFast automaker will unveil three new BEVs to join its existing line-up at CES 2022 in Las Vegas next month.

The new models will be targeting the A, B and C segments with the existing two models, the VF e35 and VF e36 unveiled at the LA Auto Show in November 2021, entering the D and E segments respectively. All of VinFast’s new models have been designed through Pininfarina and Torino Design studios and use their design languages in an attempt to optimize aerodynamics and create comfortable driving experiences.

Technologies on-board will include ADAS featuring Lane Assist, Collision Warning, Driver Monitoring, Fully Automated Parking, Summon Vehicle among others. Additionally, the cars integrate Smart Services, including in-car control features such as Voice Assistant, Virtual Assistant and E-Commerce Services.

VinFast hopes also to announce strategic partnerships with industry-leading companies and suppliers possessing outstanding innovative technologies. In addition, it will introduce technologies using artificial intelligence (AI), big data and machine learning platforms developed by the group’s member companies such as VinAI, VinBigData, VinBrain and Vantix.

Prior to this, parent company Vingroup also officially announced to start construction of the VinES Battery Manufacturing Factory in Vung Ang Economic Zone, Ha Tinh Province, affirming its determination in the strategy of turning VinFast into a global smart electric vehicle brand.

According to Ms Thuy Le, vice-chairwoman of Vingroup, said: “VinFast will bring high-standard designs, advanced technologies and a wide range of products to global consumers at CES 2022. We contribute our best products to offer more convenient and accessible options for the public to transition to EVs and create a more sustainable future for our planet.”

— Paul Myles is a seasoned automotive journalist based in Europe. Follow him on Twitter @Paulmyles_

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