Vinfast’s two new car models disclosed

By Viet Hung - Jun 18, 2018 | 04:03 PM GMT+7

TheLEADERThe two cars are designed by Pininfarina under a $5 million contract to develop and manufacture cars following intellectual property rights acquired from BMW.

Vinfast’s two new car models disclosed
The sedan model in clip is believed to be Vinfast's car

Recently, social networks have spread two close-up clips of two sedan and SUV cars with the V-shaped logo.

It is revealed that the two cars in clips are Vinfast’s finished cars, which will be showcased at the Paris Motor Show 2018 in October and announced in Vietnam in December.

Two Vinfast-made sedans and SUV models will be protected in 28 European Union member countries under the Registration Certificate granted by the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).

The two cars appearing in the clips have something in common. They are characterized by strong beauty, elegance and full of energy. Especially, the first letter of Vietnam in the V-shaped logo is quite impressive.

Right after the online spread, the cars with V-shaped logo have received a lot of praise from readers. If two cars in clips are real Vinfast cars, this is definitely a breakthrough and a push on the world market.

In September 2017, Vinfast Manufacturing and Trading Co., Ltd. a subsidiary of Vingroup kicked off its automobile manufacture factory project. The project consists of automobile and motorbike factory complex, training and research centre, etc.

Vinfast’s factory complex has the capacity design of manufacturing 250,000 cars and 500,000 motorbikes and electric cars a year. The firm targets to export cars in the period from 2020 to 2025.

Vinfast’s goal is to become the leading automobile manufacturer in Southeast Asia with pivotal products using internal combustion engines, electric engines and environment-friendly electric motors.

It is expected that the Vinfast will introduce its motorbikes in September 2018 and the first Vinfast-branded automobiles including electric cars and gasoline cars by 2019 to 2020.