The Global Vehicle Trust teamed up with Gordon Murray Design to create the OX.
The wheels are a little small for genuine off-roading efforts, but otherwise, this is a hell of a package for countries that need it.
The OX is designed to haul up to 4,100 pounds of cargo.
The OX is two-wheel drive but thanks to excellent geometry, it should prove a more than capable off-roader.
Gordon Murray designed the load area of the OX with flexibility in mind.
Three trained people can assemble an OX in 12 hours.
It doesn't matter if its people, produce, water or whatever, the OX should be able to handle it.
Gordon Murray went from designing cars that excite and titillate us to designing cars that make the world better.
Simple, rugged, cheap and practical are all words that can describe the OX.
Plus they look like old forward-control Land Rovers or Pinzgauers and that's always cool!
Three-across seating means you have a couple buddies to help you get unstuck when you're being cheeky behind the wheel.
When broken down into its flat-packed state, it's possible to fit six OXes in a single 40-foot-tall shipping container.
The OX has a 2.2-liter diesel engine and a five-speed manual transmission.