OX features 2.2-ton payload, room for 13.
A U.K. charity spends £1 million ($1.52 million) to design the world’s first “flat-pack” all-terrain light truck intended to handle the rigors of the African continent. Sir Torquil Norman, founder of the Norman Trust, says the vehicle he calls the OX is unlike any other vehicle and has no competitor in concept, performance or pricing. Norman says the OX became a dream three years ago and now is a realistic ambition with a working prototype that has completed ...
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