Drivers can access charging through Flo’s network of public Level 2 and DC fast chargers.
Level 2 charging allows a user to replenish their battery from near zero to full in about 8-12 hours. A DC charger takes about an hour to reach 80 per cent of a full charge.
VinFast recently delivered the first shipment of its VF 8 model to customers. It’s also selling the VF 9 SUV in Canada.
“This partnership not only gives VinFast users in Canada access to a nationwide charging network, but also helps accelerate the achievement of our long-term net zero emissions goal,” Robert Muller, deputy CEO of sales and marketing for VinFast Canada said in a statement.
VinFast drivers in Canada can begin charging sessions directly from the VinFast app, which provides instant access to Flo’s public charging stations deployed throughout the country.
“We are excited to see more EV options for drivers,” Flo CEO Louis Tremblay, said in a statement. “FLO will continue to partner with more and more automakers to ensure their customers fully utilize our network to stay charged.”