VinFast launches 4 EV models and establishes headquarters in Europe

VinFast made itself comfortable in Europe and at the Paris Motor Show unveiled its four electric cars. The smaller VF6 and VF7 belong to segments B and C respectively of the automotive market. Both were jointly designed by VinFast and Torino Design while the larger VF8 and VF9 were designed by Pininfarina.

VinFast has started deliveries of the VF8 in Taiwan, where the car is manufactured. A further 5,000 have already been ordered for international delivery before the end of this year. All VinFast cars come with an extensive 10 year warranty that covers the battery.

During the launch of its car, VinFast confirmed its intention to establish headquarters in the first three European markets - Germany, France and the Netherlands. The first flagship store will open in Cologne, Germany this November. There are VinFast stores being set up in Paris, Nice, Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Amsterdam and will open at the end of 2022.

In the first quarter of next year VinFast will open stores in Oberhausen, Marseille, Rennes, Montpellier and Metz. The local market headquarters are located in Paris, Frankfurt and Amsterdam. The company focuses on customer service first and long before deciding to launch in Europe, the company already has hundreds of employees who work hard to build relationships with potential customers and create a community of potential owners.

Vehicle servicing will be supported by a network of technicians and mobile service vehicles who will be able to perform most of the required work including repairs. Customers will have the choice between home, office or store appointments. The mobile service is up and running in Germany and will expand to Europe in the next few months.

This is just the first step in a broader vision, as it turns out that VinFast plans to manufacture its cars in Europe and is actively looking for locations. Suddenly the European market seems to be on the rise, with manufacturers from afar looking to start their production locally. It makes sense for many reasons and brings European customers more choices and hopefully more affordable prices.

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