You may not be able to tell by looking at it, but this might be the most important vehicle of the decade -- far more significant to far more people than any Tesla or futuristic self-driving truck.
It's called the OX, it's insanely cheap, and it comes in a box.
Yep, the OX is a "flat-pack" truck. No clue what that means? Go buy a bookshelf at IKEA, because it's the same basic concept: the truck ships in pieces, stacked to take up as little space as possible in the crate (which means cheaper shipping, and thus, a cheaper truck). Three people can assemble it in 12 hours, with no specialized tools required, and by the end of the day, you've got a truck that can kick ass in virtually any environment.
Its whole raison d'etre is to help the developing nations of Africa, providing remote areas and agricultural villages with a cheap, reliable truck alternative to the hoards of ancient Defenders, Land Cruisers, and Hiluxes still in use.