This is the world's first flat-pack truck launched in the UK. An innovative truck that can accommodate three people and the goods was made by a designer supercar and the Formula One (F1) car Gordon Murray and a former pilot Sir Torquil Norman along with entrepreneurs, philanthropists.
|Global Vehicle Trust 'OX,' the world's first flat-pack truck made by Gordon Murray. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1dwrdu)|
|Cabin view of Global Vehicle Trust OX. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1dwrdu)|
To support its operation, the OX is designed as an all terrarin small truck that can devour rough terrain. Remarkably OX can be assembled in 12 hours by three people. The plan, this car will be marketed at a price of between £10 thousand to £15 thousand or approximately Rp.175,5 million to Rp.263 million. In addition to use in the interior of Africa, this car can also be used by the farmers in the United Kingdom and Europe who want cheap cars to transporting the crops.
|Steering wheel and dashboard of Global Vehicle Trust OX. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1dwrdu)|
|Rear-left side view of Global Vehicle Trust OX. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1dwrdu)|
This car cabin can accommodate three people including the driver. But this car is designed with the position of steering wheel in the middle, with a size shorter than SUV, but the payload can be twice as heavy as the nearly 2 tons or comparable to carry 13 people or eight drum with a capacity of 44 gallons each.
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