The World’s First Flatpack Truck Can Be Assembled In Just 12 Hours

The World’s First Flatpack Truck Can Be Assembled In Just 12 Hours

A philanthropist has enlisted a McLaren Formula 1 designer to create an all-terrain vehicle for humanitarian use in Africa

Jennifer Passas
  • 8 september 2016

IKEA bookshelves, kitchen cupboards and beds are known as flatpack objects that can be assembled at home. Formula 1 designer Gordon Murray, known for creating the McLaren F1, has added a boxy truck to the list of flat-packed items with the world’s first large vehicle that can be shipped like IKEA furniture. The truck called the OX, was funded and designed for philanthropist Torquil Norman and his company, Global Vehicle Trust.

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