“E-VIN Tips & Tricks” – Drop your questions and win surprised gifts.

Attention all E-VIN enthusiasts!

The wait is over as we gear up for an electrifying new episode of “E-VIN Tips & Tricks”! After the overwhelming response to our first episode, we are thrilled to announce the Episode 2!

In case you missed it, Episode 1 left our viewers buzzing with excitement. From debunking EV myths to unlocking the potential of regenerative braking, we delved deep into the world of electric vehicles.
Watch Here: https://community.vinfastauto.us/lifestyle/e-vin-tips-tricks-episode-1-insights-from-a-10000-mile-ev-adventure/

Now, get ready to plug in for an electrifying experience in Episode 2, where we will be focusing on the easy operation of EV cars. From novice owners to seasoned enthusiasts, this episode is designed to empower you with essential tips and tricks to make your EV driving experience seamless and enjoyable.

But wait, there’s more! We need you, our esteemed audience, to be an integral part of this episode. 

Let’s drop your questions about EV car operation in the comments section, we will choose two lucky members who submit insightful questions to send surprise gifts.

Stay tuned, and let’s electrify the future together! ⚡️🚗

  1. Will Vinfast adopt the NACT charging standard? If not, how we can charge on the road at Tesla chargers using the CSS plug?

    1. Hi Alex, thank for your question. We are closely observing the development of all charging standards available in the North America. While NACS is gaining popularity recently, J1772 and CCS1 are still the most popular charging standard in North America, which is also the standard that all our VinFast vehicles in the North America compatible to.

      We would love to share with you some insightful experience about charging from Mr. Hoang Van with his 10,000 Miles EV trip

    1. Hi Jordan, nice question! Whenever possible, level 2 charging at home is the best for EV user experience and battery life. While there is research that shows that frequent fast (DC) charging can somewhat degrade the battery faster than AC charging, the effect on battery heath is very minor.

    1. Hi Willie, Our VinFast home charger has the enclosure rating of NEMA 4, which is intended for indoor or outdoor use primarily to provide a degree of protection against windblown dust and rain, splashing water, and hose directed water; undamaged by ice which forms on the enclosure. The charging ports on electric cars are also designed to be weatherproof and water resistant. Hope this answers your question.