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May 14, 2024

Vietnam's VinFast Is Now In The Philippines

VinFast Auto is officially in the Philippines. The Vietnamese automaker will bring its diverse and smart green mobility solutions—both two- and four-wheeled into the country affirming its mission to promote the electrification of transportation globally.

Established in 2017, Vinfast is founded by Vingroup, one of the largest private conglomerates in Vietnam.

As part of its global growth strategy, VinFast has invested in numerous markets, including the U.S., Canada, Europe and, more recently, Indonesia, India, and Thailand. The Philippines mark a new milestone for VinFast in its Southeast Asian expansion strategy, particularly as the country embraces more government policies that promote the growth of battery electric vehicles.

VinFast will introduce Filipino customers to its comprehensive range of electric vehicles, electric motorcycles, and electric bikes.

Like other markets, VinFast will establish a nationwide network of dealerships all offering “attractive sales policies and exceptional aftersales service” to facilitate a transition from gasoline-powered to battery electric vehicles.

Ms. Nguyen Thi Minh Ngoc, CEO of VinFast Philippines, said: “The brand launch in the Philippines marks another significant milestone for VinFast in its journey to grow its presence in the global electric vehicle market. We are proud to support the Philippines in its electric mobility revolution and believe that by offering modern, powerful, and smart vehicles alongside exceptional customer service, VinFast will steadily achieve its expansion goals in this market.”

At the public event, Vinfast will bring the VF e34, VF 5 (lead photo), VF 7, and VF 9, six electric motorcycle models, and the VF DrgnFly electric bike. Test drives for the VF e34, VF 5, and the VF DrgnFly electric bike will be made available.

In January 2024, Philippine President Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos Jr. and Vingroup Chairman and VinFast Founder, Managing Director and CEO Pham Nhat Vuong held an official meeting to discuss investment cooperation opportunities.


  1. Breaking Big Mark

  2. Vinfast already in US market , so maybe its safe to assume it has good quality.

    1. Unfortunately, nope. Just watch the US reviews of their cars on YouTube.


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