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3 BYD EVs to hit Vietnam market in July

3 BYD EVs to hit Vietnam market in July

Monday, June 17, 2024, 08:11 GMT+7
3 BYD EVs to hit Vietnam market in July
The three models of BYD are set to make their debut in Vietnam on July 18, 2024. Photo: BYD

Chinese EV manufacturer BYD will start selling three of its electric models, including the Atto 3, Dolphin, and Seal, in Vietnam on July 18.

BYD Vietnam on Saturday held a ceremony in Ho Chi Minh City to introduce the three models to local reporters.

The Chinese carmaker also revealed the car parameters of the three models.

The Atto 3 is expected to compete with the CX-5 in the future. Photo: Lee Hoang / Tuoi Tre
The Atto 3 is expected to compete with the CX-5 in the future. Photo: Lee Hoang / Tuoi Tre

The BYD Atto 3 might be the most anticipated EV among the Chinese brand’s models in Vietnam.

Based on its size, the Atto 3 is listed as a C-segment SUV and is on a par with the Mazda CX-5 and Ford Territory.

The Atto 3 will be available in the Southeast Asian nation in two versions, including Dynamic and Premium.

The model is equipped with LED lights, follow-me-home headlights, an electric folding rear view mirror, and 17-inch wheels.

The Premium version features a sunroof, an adaptive headlight, an electric boot, and 18-inch wheels.

The interior of the Dynamic version boasts a 12.8-inch touchscreen that can rotate 90 degrees and a six-speaker sound system, while the interior of the Premium has a rotatable 15.6-inch touchscreen and an eight-speaker sound system.

The Atto 3 offers two battery pack options,-- the 49.92 kWh unit capable of traveling 410 kilometers and the 60.48 kWh battery pack rated at 480 kilometers.

The Atto 3 is equipped with an advanced driver-assistance system.

The interior of the Atto 3. Photo: Lee Hoang / Tuoi Tre
The interior of the Atto 3. Photo: Lee Hoang / Tuoi Tre

As for the BYD Dolphin, the EV measures 4,125 millimeters in length, 1,770 millimeters in width, and 1,570 millimeters in height. The wheelbase of the model is 2,700 millimeters.

The Dolphin will hit the Vietnamese market with the GLX version.

The interior of the Dolphin features a rotatable 12.8-inch infotainment screen and a six-speaker audio system.

With its 44.9kWh battery, the Dolphin can travel up to 405 kilometers.

A BYD Dolphin car. Photo: Lee Hoang / Tuoi Tre
A BYD Dolphin car. Photo: Lee Hoang / Tuoi Tre
The interior of the Dolphin. Photo: Lee Hoang / Tuoi Tre
The interior of the Dolphin. Photo: Lee Hoang / Tuoi Tre

Similar to the Atto 3, the BYD Seal will be distributed in Vietnam in two versions, including the Advanced and Performance.

The Seal has the same size as the Toyota Camry and Mazda 6.

The model boasts an attractive appearance, a sunroof, pop-out door handles, soundproof doors, and 19-inch wheels.

The Seal is equipped with a rotatable 15.6-inch infotainment screen, a 10.25-inch digital instrument panel, a 10-speaker audio system, a panoramic sunroof, dual wireless smartphone chargers and heated and ventilated front seats.

The Advanced can travel up to 550 kilometers, while the Performance has a range of up to 650 kilometers on a single charge.

The appealing appearance of the BYD Seal. Photo: Lee Hoang / Tuoi Tre
The appealing appearance of the BYD Seal. Photo: Lee Hoang / Tuoi Tre
The interior of the Seal. Photo: Lee Hoang / Tuoi Tre
The interior of the Seal. Photo: Lee Hoang / Tuoi Tre

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