Vietnamese automaker VinFast has begun sales of its electric vehicles, becoming the first major car company operating in Vietnam to sell electric vehicles in the country, Nikkei reported.
The company, a unit of Vietnamese conglomerate Vingroup, looks to deliver about 100 EVs to customers by the end of December, the report said, adding that its electric sport utility vehicles (SUVs) are priced at 690 million dong ($30,200) and can travel up to around 300km on a single charge.
Read the full report: Nikkei Asia.
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