VinFast Chevrolet thang long Introduces a New Series of Luxury Cars with High-End Appearance and Comfort

Vinfast Chevrolet thang long launches a series of new automobiles in the luxury range of cars, out of which Vinfast Fadil ranks the highest.

Hanoi, Vietnam - April 5, 2020 / / —

The launch of Vinfast Fadil among the latest cars has been regarded as a significant milestone. The car boasts of a mixture of definite shape and robust appearance overall. It is also claimed that the latest version is primarily based on the designs of previous rock versions of Viva or Karl, to name a few.

The cars in this series have a raised suspension with wheel protectors. Besides, the car also has a 1.4-liter four-cylinder petrol engine, thereby making it one of the most desirable automobiles in this particular series.

Yet another addition to the series is the Vinfast lux A, which has an extremely sophisticated outlook. As it comes right from the horse’s mouth, when a spokesperson from Vinfast said, “Our new edition has an intelligent front light system embedded with auto-off feature. The fog lights have a lamp that is integrated with projection function too for enhanced visibility.”

Following this, another spokesperson from Vinfast came ahead to add a much-awaited brief on the other addition. In his words, “The Vinfast Lux SA is far behind with its exclusive features of being one of the most advanced automobiles. It follows all the international standards and has been manufactured based on German technology and Italian design.”

With all the features and details of Vinfast Fadil and other cars mentioned above, Vinfast looks forward to the customer reviews; it is likely to gather once they start using the vehicles. Although they have left no stone unturned in providing the best cars, it remains to be seen how far the water flow is in this regard.

Customers can directly visit the Vinfast showroom and get their car booked. Being one of the most renowned Vinfast car dealers, they can also go for a free test drive to get a more in-depth insight into the features and a first-hand experience of owning the car. Unique features like 3rd overhead brake light, enhanced tail lights are something to vouch for in these cars.

Vinfast Fadil leaves no point uncovered as it comes with the most advanced features for providing the rider with a more comfortable experience. Besides, a welcome light only makes the day of the passenger.

About the company:
Vinfast Chevrolet thang long has been one of the prominent car dealers in Vietnam. With a range of extravagant and luxurious cars to offer, the company believes in upgrading its car models now and then. In the backdrop of advancing technologies, this car manufacturer ensures they meet all the prerequisites to provide a high-end user experience.

Contact Details:

Contact Info:
Name: Clark
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Organization: Vinfast Chevrolet thang long
Address: 68 Trinh Van Bo, Phuong Canh, Nam Tu Liem, Ha Noi
Phone: +84 983259329


Release ID: 88952526

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