Domino’s launches DXP pizza delivery car
At an Automotive Press Association event held at Domino’s Ann Arbor, Michigan, headquarters on Wednesday, the pizza chain and food-delivery company unveiled its Delivery ExPert (DXP) pizza delivery car.
The DXP pizza delivery car introduced by Domino’s is a modified Chevrolet Spark which has taken three years to design. Domino’s plans to build 100 DXP pizza delivery cars, in collaboration with Roush Performance, the manufacturer of high-performance car components. The cost of the DXP is expected to range between $20,000 and $25,000.
The Domino’s DXP pizza delivery car – which will have only the driver's seat - has an outward-facing warming oven, to keep pizzas warm from store to door. The oven can be accessed by the drivers from outside the car, with the help of a key fob.
The oven-equipped DXP pizza delivery car comes with a massive storage space for 80 pizza boxes; and it also has a side mirror puddle light which can enable drivers to spot any potential thieves or attackers when climbing out of the car.
According to an Engadget report, Domino’s will commence the rollout of the DXP pizza delivery car to 25 US cities within 90 days. These cities include Boston, Dallas, Detroit, San Diego, and Seattle, among others.
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