- Tram Ho
After the launch on October 15, VinFast said that it is in the process of testing the electric car model VF e34 starting today, October 19. The test run allows VinFast to test the actual performance, durability, stability and power of the vehicle on different terrains, weather conditions and climates.
During the testing process, VinFast will test the features of the Advanced Driving Assistance System (ADAS) in a real environment, including Lane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Warning, Automatic High Beam, and Parking Assist. front/rear, Incoming traffic warning when opening the door, Rear cross-traffic alert… to ensure the features work well in all conditions such as rain or shine, day and night, city and rural roads village, highway…
VF e34 was actually tested on the streets of Hai Phong
The testing of the VF e34 on urban roads was carried out by Vantix Technology Services and Solutions Joint Stock Company – a company specializing in providing solutions and services for AI and big data analysis under Vingroup. . Vantix uses modern and intelligent data collection and processing technology to detect any sub-optimal problems of the system for flexible adjustment, to maximize the driving situations and manipulations in the world. real, providing a good user experience.
VF e34 is VinFast’s first pure-electric model. Set at a listed price of VND 690 million, VF e34 joins the low-cost high-rise SUV segment that is very interested in Vietnam, competing with a few rivals such as KIA Seltos, Toyota Corolla Cross, Hyundai Kona, Ford EcoSport …
VF e34 competes with some BEST SUV models
In addition to some of the above safety technologies, the VF e34 also has the advantage of the Vivi voice virtual assistant, allowing users to control many car features by voice. In addition, electric motors also offer many advantages over internal combustion engines in terms of acceleration, noise level and environmental protection.
As expected earlier this year from VinFast, the VF e34s will reach users in late October or early November. But, the impact from the COVID-19 epidemic during the past several months may make the delivery plan difficult. of VinFast was pushed back.
Source : Genk