The SouEast DX Concept has been unveiled on the Beijing Auto Show, looking speedy in brown with winglets in the bumper. The DX Concept previews a future compact SUV aimed at young first car buyers. The real thing will be called DX3 and is expected to hit the Chinese car market late this year.
A wondrous white SouEast Lioncel sedan, Spotted in China in a snowy white Dongba in the far east of the capital Beijing. The good Lioncel was in a pretty good shape, smooth in paint and speedy in line, completely original down until the wheel covers, and happily without any rot or rust.
Spy Shots of the new SouEast DX3 SUV for China. It will debut on the Beijing Auto Show in April and hit the Chinese car market soon thereafter. The DX3 is a compact SUV that will be positioned below the SouEast DX7. Price will start around 65.000 and end around 90.000 yuan.
A very speedy SouEast V3 sedan, Spotted in China in the Fangzhuang area in Beijing. The fine V3 has been wrapped in an eye slaughtering Pink wrap, and is further sexed up with a black bonnet with a lot of vents, a black grille, a racy bumper, a spoiler under said bumper, a black roof, darkened headlights, darkened windows, and black six-spoke alloys.
The new SouEast DX7 Bolang SUV has been launched on the Chinese car market, price starts at 96.900 yuan and ends at 139.900 yuan. The DX7 Bolang is the first SUV under the SouEast brand. But it won’t be alone for long. A larger DX9 will launch in 2016 and a smaller DX5 will complete the line-up in 2017.
A SouEast Freeca DN6440-III MPV, Spotted in China in the Dongba area in the far eastern regions of Beijing. The vehicle was in a reasonable shape; fading colors, battered and bruised basically all over the body, but no rust, no missing parts, and all original down to the sporty five-spoke alloys.
The new SouEast Vcross has been launched on the Chinese auto market, price starts at 79.900 yuan and ends at 97.900 yuan ($12.888 – 15.791). The Vcross is a sporty crossover based on the SouEast V6 Ling Shi hatchback. It was initially called V6 Ling Shi Cross but SouEast took the long delay, the vehicle was expected to hit the market almost a year ago, to cook up a hipper name.
This is the new SouEast DX7 Bolang SUV for China, scheduled for launch on the Chinese car market in July. The SouEast DX7 Bolang, formerly known as the SouEast DX7, is the first SUV under the SouEast brand. But more is coming. A larger DX9 will launch in 2016 and a smaller DX5 will complete the line-up in 2017. Price for the DX7 Bolang will start around 100.000 yuan and end around 150.000 yuan.
The facelifted SouEast V3 Lingyue was unveiled on the 2014 Guangzhou Auto Show and launched on the Chinese car market at the same time. The facelift includes new headlights, a new grille, new taillights, new bumpers, and an updated interior. This particular car is the top of the line ‘ColorFul’ edition, which comes with a hefty bodykit and a giant wing on the back.