It’s definitely in the midsize range, measuring 209 inches long and 79 inches wide. That’s 6 inches shorter than the Rivian R1T
The styling is an interesting blend of curvy and rugged. It has a tall, flat and wide hood with a big, contrast-colored power dome. But along the sides are long, flowing curves. The big fender flares are prominent and again contrast-colored, but they too have soft edges and blend into the rest of the body elegantly. VinFast credits some of the design work to Australian studio Gomitiv in its press release, though it also credits Italian house Torino Design on the display. Either way, it’s a departure from the Pininfarina-designed VinFast lineup on sale in America today.
The interior looks quite upmarket with lots of brown leather and charcoal gray accent cloth. There’s a blend of minimalism, but with more flowing, detailed panels, such as the brown dots strewn about and the topographic map motifs in the doors. One central screen dominates the dash board, but there’s a slim driver instrument display ahead of the steering wheel. It also has control stalks for items presumably including wipers and lights.
The rest of the truck