The company has patented the design of new crossovers in the Russian Federal Institute of Industrial Property, which have not yet debuted even in their homeland.
The cars differ in size and shape of the bodies, while they still have some common details, in particular, elements of LED optics. There are no names or technical specifications, but there are suggestions that these are electric vehicles.
Previously, the Vietnamese have already patented the appearance of the new compact crossover VFe35. According to preliminary data, VinFast VFe35 will be available both with a classic two-liter 192-horsepower gasoline engine, and with electric power plants with a capacity of 204 and 408 hp. Besides, patented 4.5m VF7which will go into production in 2023.
VinFast was founded in 2017 by Pham Nhat Vuong, the first Vietnamese dollar billionaire. The entrepreneur was educated in Moscow in the early 1990s, and then he was engaged in the production of Mivina instant noodles in Ukraine. Subsequently, the brand was bought by Nestle for $150 million.
Back in 2018, Vinfast promised to arrange deliveries of cars to Russia by 2020, but this has not yet happened. But it seems that the manufacturer has not abandoned these plans.