The world’s first flat-pack vehicle, the Ox can be shipped anywhere — and much like flat-pack furniture, its parts require less space for shipping. The large, boxy truck ships in about 60 pieces with a tool kit, so it only takes about 12 hours put it together, GTV’s founder, Torquil Norman, tells Business Insider.
Though GVT unveiled the Ox’s prototype in 2013, Norman says the company has now developed a more complete version. The British nonprofit worked with Formula One designer Gordon Murray to create it, and spent $3 million testing and refining the prototype. The truck is not for sale yet — GVT estimates it will need to spend another $4 million to manufacture the Ox on a larger scale.
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