Completely cloud- and software-based, Cerence’s digital twin capabilities enable VinFast to essentially create a virtual representation of its entire car, including software, mechanics, electrics, and physical behavior, along with driver data and environmental data in the cloud. VinFast will not only be able to offer its drivers extended digital cockpit capabilities that enhance the driving experience, including access to deeper information about the car, but also enable proactive AI notifications that leverage this real-time data to update and inform drivers in new ways.

Vinfast Lux A 2.0, Paris Motor Show in 2018

Cerence also supports VinFast in further leveraging its vehicles for contextual applications and making information available to key partners to enable new use cases like delivery services for in-car package delivery and electric vehicle charging networks for integrated vehicle charge status and nearby charging options.

At CES 2022 this week, VinFast made several important announcements.

VinFast said it will stop building gasoline-powered cars by the end of this year. Going forward, it will focus its research and development efforts on developing battery-electric powertrains for all its vehicles. The company says the move will make VinFast one of the world’s first automotive companies to completely switch to building pure electric vehicles and will confirm its position as a leader of the EV revolution.

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