Vietnamese electric vehicle manufacturer VinFast has announced their expansion into the European market by opening more than 50 stores across Germany, France and the Netherlands. Of the three countries that Vinfast targets in Europe, 25 VinFast stores will be built in Germany, 20 in France and five in the Netherlands.
VinFast stores in Germany are located in several important cities such as Frankfurt, Berlin, Cologne, Oberhausen and Hamburg. Meanwhile, for the French market, points of sale are planned in Paris, Marseille, Nantes, Rennes, Nice, Montpellier, Aix en Provence and Metz. In the Netherlands, the first VinFast store opened in Amsterdam.
Vinfast also revealed that not only the city but also the exact location of the showroom had been decided.
“Following a robust evaluation process that took into account factors such as existing infrastructure, location and potential EV community, locations were selected to optimize customer convenience,” the statement said.
The shops that Vinfast has built in Europe vary in size and offer sales only.
“Announcement of VinFast Stores in French, German and Dutch markets affirms VinFast’s seriousness and commitment to Europe. VinFast is not just here to sell cars. We are here to inspire change and accelerate the transition to electric vehicles for the benefit of the environment.” said Le Thi Thu Thuy, vice-chairman of Vingroup and CEO of VinFast.
Previously VinFast had released more technical details, retail prices, and monthly battery rental rates for its first two models, the VF 8 and VF 9. In January at CES, VinFast showed three more electric cars to launch in the coming years. come.