By Pham Trung  October 2, 2018 | 03:57 pm GMT+7 Soccer star David Beckham at a gala in New York, U.S. Photo by Reuters/Lucas Jackson Former Manchester United football star David Beckham will introduce the first made-in-Vietnam cars in Paris on Tuesday. VinFast, a unit of Vietnam’s largest conglomerate Vingroup, has invited Beckham to attend the opening of its new cars at the Paris Motor Show in France, a source told VnExpress. Beckham is also known for his collection of rare, valuable cars including an Aston Martin V8 and a Porsche 911 Cabrio. His fame as a car connoisseur was a major factor in VinFast choosing to invite Beckham to appear on stage with its new cars, the seven-seater SUV and the four-Sedan, the source said. Beckham will also share his first-hand experience driving these cars, the source added. One of two VinFast cars to be exhibited at the 2018 Paris Motor Show. Photo by VnExpress VinFast is set to become Vietnam’s first full-fledged domestic car manufacturer when its first models hit the streets next August. VinFast plans to up its to produce 250,000 cars annually in the next five years or so, equivalent to 92 percent of all the cars sold in Vietnam last year, according to data collated by the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (VAMA).