|Vehicle Overall Info|
|Platform||Drexel DX-4 platform|
|Body Style||Two-door crossover utility vehicle|
|Layout||FR or F4|
|Production|| July 5, 2012-December 10, 2016, possibly said date|
|Model Years||2013-2016, possibly past 2016|
|Also Called||Drexel DX-4 V6 (Asia)|
On July 5, 2012 at the 2012 Endominium Worldwide Designer's Conference (Eudeck), Andrew Endominium, owner of Endominium mentioned:
"With a new car comes new complications. And it also does cost money to introduce or re-introduce an automobile or line of automobiles. That's why unless any Drexel model is within the top six highest sold land vehicle manufactured by Endominium by 2016, the DX-6 will be discontinued upon choice, you know, unless another tornado strikes the factory. But that's why we're assembling it in our Chicago plant, our Vancouver plant, and our Ogden plant in Tokyo."
The DX-6, along with all other Drexel models, will use the Drexel Elbow design, which is where I has a vertical line, and under that, has a bend resembling an elbow, and a horizontal line connecting to the bottom of the 'elbow.'