Here’s a glance at all the wheels created by local electric firms that will be on display at the Auto Show, which runs from November 19 to 28 this year.


VinFast is a division of Vingroup, a Vietnamese conglomerate, and the nation’s largest publicly traded corporation. This year, the company is attempting to make a huge impression at its debut Auto Show, investing in a big billboard which is outside the Los Angeles Convention Center and announcing one of the most significant new products during the press days.

The VF e36 and VF e35 are two electric SUVs that VinFast will sell. During a press conference, the firm’s global Chief Executive Officer Michael Lohscheller stated that speed is one of the company’s core values, and not merely in aspects of miles per hour. Both vehicles are going to be available for pre in the very first half of coming year, with deliveries starting in the fourth quarter of 2022.

The VF e35 will be about the same size as Tesla Model Y and is going to have a range of about 250 miles. With a range of around 340 miles, the VF e36 is considerably larger and more powerful. Both cars have an interior that is typical of Teslas, with minimalist elements and a huge, central screen. Both cars have yet to be priced by VinFast.

Mullen Automotive

Mullen, a publicly-traded automaker based in Los Angeles, will debut its very first vehicle, Mullen FIVE crossover SUV, at this Auto Show. Mullen FIVE might be one of the quickest EVs on the marketplace, with a range of around 325 miles and a top speed of 200 miles for every hour, with a 0-60 time of under 1.9 seconds.

The Mullen FIVE is going to cost between $55,000 to $75,000 before incentives, and production will begin in the fourth quarter of 2023, according to CEO David Michery. The vehicles won’t be available until the second quarter of 2024.

Edison Future

The EF1-T electric pickup truck as well as EF1-V electric delivery van, both from Edison Future of Anaheim, will be on display at the Auto Show. The two vehicles are solar-powered as well as electrically charged, a feature Edison believes will attract more consumers who are concerned about running out of the battery when they are far from a charging point.

The EF1-T will be offered in a variety of versions, with a range of approximately 300 to 450 miles when on a full charge. The Edison Future hasn’t said how much the electric truck or even delivery van will cost, nor has it said how far the van will travel. During a press conference, Edison Future said that it will begin accepting bookings as early as this month, with deliveries beginning in 2025.

Bremach, Biliti Electric, Canoo, and Fisker are among the others.

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