OX was designed by onetime toymaker, adventurer, and philanthropist Sir Torquil Norman
OX can transport up to 13 people, eight 44-gallon oil drums, or a total of 2,000 kilograms (2.2 US tons) in weight
Billed as the world's first flatpack truck, OX can be assembled by three people in under 12 hours once it reaches its destination
Six ready-to-assemble OX units (including engine and transmission), will fit into a standard shipping container when flat-packed
High ground clearance and a 2.2-liter diesel engine should help OX navigate challenging terrain
OX is a lightweight, high-payload truck invented by toymaker, adventurer, and philanthropist Sir Torquil Norman with the aim of providing a simple, robust and cost-effective work-horse in developing nations. The 1,500-kilogram (1.6-ton) truck can be assembled from a flatpack package within a day and is capable of transporting 13 people, eight 44-gallon oil drums, or a total of 2,000 kilograms (2.2 tons) in weight.
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