Vietnamese electric car maker VinFast is opening dealerships in U.S.

Vietnamese automaker VinFast will open six U.S. dealerships this week and 30 by the end of 2022, all in California.

The company says it will cut the ribbon for stores in Berkeley, Commerce, Corte Madera, San Diego, San Mateo, and Santa Monica July 14.

One is the 2-row VF8 electric SUV, priced from $40,700.

It boasts 402 total horsepower from a pair of electric motors. The company claims a range of up to 292 miles, but the EPA hasn’t weighed in on that.

Those numbers come from European testing, which tends to estimate longer ranges than American testing.

The other is the 3-row VF9, priced from 55,000. It shares the VF8’s powertrain but claims up to 369 miles of range thanks to a larger battery.

At launch, an unlimited-mileage subscription costs $110 a month for the 2-row VF8 and $160 a month for the larger VF9.

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