Vinfast car suddenly caught fire when parked on the sidewalk?

A piece of extremely unfavorable information happened to Vinfast cars when the company recently announced loudly in the media that it would export cars and the US market in 2022.

According to the online newspaper Soha, a fire on a Vinfast Lux A2.0 car happened at about 5:59 p.m. on the evening of December 5 at the sidewalk of Tue Tinh Street (Vinh City, Nghe An).

At dusk on December 5, a Vinfast LuxA2.0 car suddenly caught fire. Although the police came to put out the fire, the car was burned.

Vinfast LuxA2.0 car was burned after extinguishing the fire

Discovering the incident, local people used existing tools to put out the fire but failed.

According to initial information, while parked on the sidewalk of Tue Tinh Street, the 4-seater car suddenly caught fire.

As soon as professional firefighters arrived at the scene, the fire was quickly extinguished. However, the car was almost completely damaged.

It is known that at the time of the fire, the owner of the car parked on the sidewalk, the car suddenly burst into flames. Fortunately, the owner of the car was not inside, so there were no injuries – Soha newspaper reported.

The strange thing is that right after Soha electronic newspaper reported it and was reposted by many other sites, recently the news on Soha electronic newspaper suddenly deleted all the text with the word “Vinfast LuxA2. 0“, replaced with the word “car” in a generic way. However, the head mark but still the tail, the link on newspaper still has the words: Vinfast car suddenly caught on fire when parked on the sidewalk –

There is a possibility that Soha’s report has been interfered with by Vinfast, so the news has been changed vaguely to let readers not pay attention to the Vinfast brand because a car fire can lead to customers being worried about the quality of the car. Vinfast brand, especially when Vinfast recently announced that it will export cars to the US market in 2022.

However, according to some local residents, the car that caught fire while parked on the sidewalk of Tue Tinh Street in Vinh City was exactly a Vinfast LuxA2.0 car.

Currently, videos and photos of this burning car cannot be hidden, this is a Vinfast LuxA2.0 car.

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The real reason why Soha electronic newspaper has changed its newsletter in the direction of launching a blind fire and deleting the words of the name of the car Vinfast LuxA2.0, cannot be concluded yet.

The fact that Vinfast cars ignited themselves is not the first time that happened, but the news that VinFast Lux SA 2.0 cars caught on fire on the highway on April 26, 2020, only stopped at the appearance, the specific reasons for the points ignition and the quality of related parts were not disclosed.

The bulletin on the Saigon marketing newspaper on February 27, 2020, noted that:

The VinFast Lux SA 2.0 caught fire while traveling on the Ho Chi Minh City-Trung Luong highway, causing a stir in the social network community. Stakeholders are having different opinions about the initial cause. As noted from the video-sharing and photos taken online, the car was completely burned after the incident.

The video circulating on Internet also shows that the body of the car is on fire, the wheels are also burned and broken, and not in their original shape.

VinFast Lux SA2.0 currently has three versions with prices ranging from about VND1.5 billion to VND1.8 billion/unit ($66,000-79,000/unit).

Also about the Vinfast car that caught fire while running on the HCM City-Trung Luong highway, another news report noted:

Around 4:42 pm on April 26, passers-by saw a VinFast Lux SA2.0 on fire on the Ho Chi Minh City – Trung Luong highway. The male driver saw smoke coming from the front of the car, so he pulled over to the side of the road when the fire broke out and burst into flames.

Pedestrians helped put out the fire with a small fire extinguisher, but it didn’t work, the fire left the whole car with only the frame.

The fire took place at km 31+900, in Thu Thua District, Long An, the car was going from Long An to Ho Chi Minh City. No one was injured in the incident.

On the morning of April 27, VinFast said that right after receiving the customer’s notification, VinFast sent an emergency rescue vehicle to the scene, brought the accident car to the police headquarters, and provided a dealer’s car for customers to use while waiting for the case to be investigated.

That June, the burning car was lying at the Long An police station waiting for investigation and handling.

According to initial information from customers, before igniting, the car displayed the message Check Engine and smoked from the bonnet.

After pulling the car to the side of the road, the customer only had time to evacuate the property on the vehicle. VinFast said it is working with customers, police, and insurance agencies to investigate the cause and handle it.

The burned VinFast Lux SA2.0 was purchased by the owner in December 2019. The vehicle is with control plates registered in HCM City.

Thus, the Vinfast Lux SA 2.0 car fire was not concluded by the press and the manufacturer, although the incident may affect the life and health of users.

The fact that Vinfast and 800 Vietnamese newspapers remain silent, ignoring the explanation of the cause of the fire shows three things:

One is that Vinfast itself wants to hide the cause of the fire because of unsafe vehicle design.

Previously, a number of cases were publicized in the press that Vinfast Fadil cars were leaking oil, which was predicted by that the car might catch on fire, and now it has happened.

VinFast tried to hide the information that it was an act of disregard for the health and life of consumers.

Previously, because of a technical error in the fuel pump, Toyota had recalled 11,700 vehicles to check and replace this detail.

With the problem related to the airbag, Toyota has recalled more than 6 million vehicles globally to deal with.

The reason that 800 newspapers and tens of thousands of official reporters in Vietnam did not give the cause of the Vinfast car on fire is probably that they were bribed or pressured by the Vinfast company and the Vingroup group of billionaires Pham Nhat Vuong from interest groups.

Recently, Minister To Lam ate an extremely expensive meal of gilded beef in London. Hundreds of articles on social networks, international newspapers, overseas, and left-side newspapers were reported, but the domestic press was absolutely silent.

In early 2021, many people shared on social networks pictures showing some VinFast cars “collapsed” as the wheels “broke.”

Facebooker Phuong Ngo, who has long spoken out on social networks to fight negativity and injustice, posted posts and photos showing a Lux A2.0 collapsing on the road, the left front wheel broken and turning sideways horizontal.

This post then received more than 4,500 “likes”, “laughs” and “surprises“, more than 1,800 comments, and 770 shares.

According to Ms. Phuong Ngo’s information, the car had a problem on Phan Van Tri Street, Go Vap District, HCM City. Below Phuong’s post, several people confirmed that they lived nearby and had seen the damaged car.

From the day I posted about the first car until now, 4 cars have been in a row with problems. The accident happened very lightly on the urban, flat roads, which caused such a broken axle … But what was received was the silence of the corporation, the carmaker.

Many people expressed the opinion that the quality of such VinFast cars is “too bad” but besides that, there are people who think that such damaged cars are not strange, and major car manufacturers in the world meet such problems.

In the following days, especially during the last 2 weekends, February 20 and 21, some other Facebookers also posted and photos said that in just a few days, 3 other VinFast cars continuously had similar problems.

According to the statistics of social network users in Vietnam, 4 VinFast cars, including 1 car in Go Vap District, HCM City on February 16; 1 car in District 10, HCM City on February 21; 1 car in Quang Ninh also on February 21; and 1 car with Da Nang license plate, but it is not clear when and where the car was damaged.

Facebooker Phuong Ngo told VOA more:

They did not issue a notice to explain the incident. From the day I reported the first problematic car until now, 4 cars have been in a row with problems. Accidents happen very lightly on urban or flat roads, which cannot cause such a breakdown? Called mass breakdown of the brand? But in return is the silence of the corporation and the carmaker.” (Translated)


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