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VinFast Opens its Reservation Program for VF e35 and VF e36

Vinfast will announce pricing for the VF e35 and VF e36 when reservations open later today


  • Reservations open for Vietnam and the US.

  • In the US, a $200 deposit will reserve either vehicle.

  • The deposits convert into generous e-vouchers.


VinFast’s product launch and offensive are well underway. Last November, at the Los Angeles Auto Show, they officially introduced their first two vehicles to land in North America. Now, as the 2022 edition of the CES unfolds in Las Vegas, the Vietnamese car company opens up the reservation process.

VinFast Launches VF e35 and e36 Electric SUVs in Los Angeles

It’s an interesting and generous one to be sure. In the US, VinFast customers who chose to deposit $200 (refundable) for a reservation will receive e-vouchers that will go towards the purchase of their new vehicle. Specifically, VF e35 reservation holders will get $3,000 while VF e36 gets a generous $5,000.

VinFast’s will enroll its reservation holders into their VinFirst membership as a pioneer. Benefits are not specified but they will be added to their blockchain wallet based on their VinFirst NFT (non-fungible token).

“We hope that our exclusive program VinFirst – ‘Pioneer’s Gratitude to Pioneers’.– will be seen as a meaningful gift for our first customers at the beginning of a new, exciting year, and the beginning of a smart and sustainable future of mobility for all people,” said Madam Le Thi Thu Thuy, Vingroup Vice Chair and VinFast Global CEO. “VinFast’s Customer-First Philosophy leads us towards providing high-quality products with reasonable pricing and outstanding services as well as offering solutions that inspire global customers to join hands for a more sustainable future for all.”

US pricing for the VF e35 and VF e36 goes live along with the reservation page later today.

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