Charge for charging VinFast VF e34 is more than 2,800 VND/kWh
- Tram Ho
On December 25, VinFast organized the handover of the first VF e34 electric cars to customers, and at the same time specifically announced a number of policies related to battery charging and battery rental for VF e34.
Accordingly, the car charging fee at VinFast’s public charging stations is 2,834 VND/kWh (excluding VAT) – equivalent to the current level 5 electricity price. Thus, to fully charge the 42 kWh battery pack, users have to pay a fee of 119,000 VND (excluding VAT) for a range of nearly 300 km.
Along with that, VinFast also announced a new battery subscription package for customers using VF e34. The new subscription rate will be 657,000 VND/month for a maximum distance of 500 km. If exceeding 500 km/month, customers will have to pay a fee of 1,315 VND/km over. Previously, the company announced to charge subscribers 1.45 million VND for the distance of 1,400 km, the fee is nearly 1,000 VND / 1 km over.
Customers will still have a lifetime battery subscription and the annual battery rental price will be adjusted on December 1 of each year, based on the increase/decrease in gas/electricity prices. When the charging capacity of the battery drops below 70%, VinFast will replace the battery with a new one for customers (free of charge).
Regarding the charger, when buying a car, customers will be given a 2.2 kW mobile charger to charge at home. The company also provides a wall charger for VND 9.4 million.
VinFast VF e34 is an electric car positioned in the C-segment SUV segment with dimensions of length x width x height of 4,300 x 1,793 x 1,613 (mm), wheelbase 2,611 mm, ground clearance 180 mm, weight Unladen weight 1,490kg. VinFast VF e34 is equipped with an electric motor with a maximum capacity of 110 kW, maximum torque of 242 Nm. The car uses a 42kWh battery pack, which can travel a distance of 300 km after each full charge. In fast charging mode, the car can travel 180 km after 15 minutes of charging.
The VF e34 is also equipped with modern technologies on many popular electric cars today, such as updating software remotely, locating the charging station system, warning about the risk of theft and remembering the user’s usage habits. use.
Source : Genk