The Vietnamese carmaker is coming to CES 2022 with all guns blazing.
As the EV market continues to grow at an ever-increasing rate, new players are constantly joining in on the action, especially from China. But Vietnam is also serious about this burgeoning industry, and it's very own EV manufacturer VinFast is set to deliver some impressive vehicles in the near future. Following its success at the 2021 LA Auto Show, VinFast will be displaying its complete EV lineup at CES 2022 in Las Vegas where it will unveil three new electric vehicles with advanced assistance systems that will compete in the A, B and C segments.
VinFast's latest SUV, the e35, is set to compete against cars such as the Tesla Model Y and Ford Mustang Mach-E. This compact SUV will be joined by the VF e36 SUV along with three new models that all promise the same attractive Pininfarina and Torino exterior design. VinFast is tightlipped about the technical specifications of its new models, but we do know that the new cars will come equipped with advanced driver assistance tech such as lane assist, driver monitoring, collision warning, fully automated parking, and vehicle summon. To make life easier for the driver, VinFast will also incorporate voice assistance, a virtual assistant, and E-commerce services into each vehicle.
"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," says Thuy Le, Vice Chairwoman of Vingroup.
"Tech has never been more important in our lives and CES is the global stage for brands to showcase how they are driving this change. The transportation and vehicle tech category - to be featured in the new West Hall of the LVCC - is tracking for record growth at CES 2022. We are thrilled to welcome VinFast as a first-time exhibitor to help tell this story as they share their bold vision of driving the electric vehicle revolution," says Karen Chupka, EVP of CES at the Consumer Technology Association.