In the last few decades, electric vehicles have become an international trend. The effects of global warming, the exhaustion of natural resources, especially fossil fuels, together with the significant developments of electric vehicles in both engine technology and design has most likely helped them become more preferential vehicles.
In Vietnam, electric motorbikes and cars have been well established since the 2000s, however, this industry has recently seen positive and strong improvements, as well as attracting remarkable investments from reputable enterprises in recent years.
Fuso (Diamler Group – German) announced that according to their plan, by 2019, it will launch an electric-motor truck into the world market, including Vietnam.
Electric-support bikes have become a popular means of delivery from the beginning of this year, thanks to LEL Express (delivery unit under Lazada Vietnam). The company has the ambition that by the end of 2018, 30% of their goods in major cities will be delivered by electric vehicles.
In addition, many construction and maintenance projects for electric charging stations are also in progress, ensuring the most convenient transportation conditions for electric vehicles.
With noticeable investment sources from domestic and international enterprises, along with the growing interest from the public, the electric vehicle industry will undoubtedly have a great future in Vietnam.