The world's first flatpack vehicle that can be put together in 12 hours, designed for low-cost all-terrain transportation in Africa
Three people can put it together in 12 hours using all the parts which are packed together – many inside one another - in a clever compact kit form.
Called the OX and expected to cost between £10,000 and £15,000, the innovative British vehicle has been created by F1 and supercar designer Prof Gordon Murray in conjunction with entrepreneur, philanthropist and former pilot Sir Torquil Norman.
It is designed to provide a low-cost, back to basics, all-terrain small truck that can operate on and off-road and help communities in remote parts of Africa and the developing world to transport water, food, medicines, fertilisers, building materials and people. But it is also expected to attract farmers and land-owners in Britain and Europe who want a low-cost load-lugger.