From WRAL NEWS, by Monica Casey

VinFast, the Vietnamese electric vehicle maker building a factory in Chatham County, will begin selling cars in the Triangle on Thursday.

Leith Automotive, located in Cary, will be the home of the company’s first non-factory-owned dealership in the United States.

At 2000 Auto Park Blvd., Leith Vinfast will introduce the company’s electric vehicles to the Raleigh, Durham, and Cary areas. The dealership, operating in coordination with the upcoming factory in Chatham County, is part of a strategic plan.

The VF9, a versatile seven-passenger SUV, is expected to arrive in the first quarter of 2024, with the VF7s to follow soon after.

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