Based on a recent press release, a new Domino pizza delivery car arrives in your town starting with the following period. This is the first car that was purposefully designed for pizza delivery, according to the company.
- Tech features of Domino’s new pizza delivery car
- Production and availability
- Domino’s expectations for the future
Tired of racing through traffic to deliver warm pizza to its customers, Domino has decided to take the bull by the horns and simply create the dream vehicle of any delivery boy. The new vehicle breaks with traditional cars because all of its tech and design features have been created with one single goal in mind: to offer the best delivery services.
According to the company’s description, the only feature that was preserved is the driver’s seat. Delivery cars don’t need other seats except the one for the driver, which is why Domino has decided to completely remove them.
Pizza delivery-related articles have been placed instead of the seats, the company has added. Thus, the vehicle holds a special oven where pizzas are kept warm until the driver reaches its destinations. The oven is much more effective than the insulated bag that drivers used to hold in their cars to deliver pizza.
The oven has been secured with a special key because Domino wanted to prevent possible break-ins. Many other storage items have been added to the car for the dipping sauce and the soda bottles that drivers would have to deliver, as well. The vehicle has been designed for large volumes of pizzas and drivers can carry approximately 80 commands.
DXP, as Domino’s special pizza has been named, is the result of the conjoined efforts that Local Motors and Roush Enterprises have made. The former sketched the design of the vehicle, whereas Roush Enterprises was in charge of actually building the car.
For the moment, only very few vehicles have been created, but Rouch enterprises has great plans for the future. The company wants to release 100 DXP models in the near future, which will most likely stroll the streets of Boston, Detroit, San Diego, Houston and Seattle. Chevrolet is closely surveilling Domino’s new project to verify whether all requirements are met.
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