Vinfast Taking Reservations for VF6 and VF7 in March – U.S. News & World Report

Vietnamese startup automaker, VinFast, will start taking orders for its newest all-electric crossovers, the VF6 and VF7 electric SUVs, for U.S. customers in March. This announcement comes after delivering its first batch of the larger VF8 models to Americans, the company said in an early-January statement.

Both new models, crafted by Italy’s Torino Design, will be available in Eco and Plus versions.

Vinfast VF 6VinFast

The VF6 is a small crossover with a maximum range on a full charge of 248 miles for the ECO version. It comes with 174 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque. The more powerful Plus version has a range of 237 miles and 201 horsepower with 228 pound-feet of torque. Both come with a 12.9-inch touch screen for in-car entertainment applications.

The VF7 is slightly larger than the VF6 and its Eco version has a maximum range of 280 miles on a single charge with 201 horsepower and 228 pound-feet of torque. The Plus version has a standard two-motor all-wheel-drive system and a maximum range of 268 miles. It is the most powerful of the VF6 and VF7s with a horsepower of 348 and 368 pound-feet of torque. The VF7 Plus version will have a 15-inch touch screen.

Vinfast VF 7VinFast

Both models will be equipped with level 2 ADAS features for all Eco and Plus versions and modern technology features such as virtual assistant, mobile application, etc.

Although the pricing on the new VF6 and VF7 models has not been officially announced, it is widely expected to be lower than the larger, more powerful VF 8, which has a starting price of more than $40,000. Most car experts put the expected starting price at just north of $30,000 for each of the smaller VF6s and VF7s.

VinFast, a member of Vingroup Joint Stock Company, was established in 2017 and has a production complex that boasts up to 90% automation in Hai Phong, Vietnam.


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