Domino’s rolls out oven-equipped DXP pizza delivery car

Domino’s rolls out oven-equipped DXP pizza delivery car

No one likes to have cold or lukewarm pizza, but due to the ill-suited vehicles pizza delivery drivers are not able to handover piping hot pizza on your doorstep. But Domino’s Pizza Inc. wants to keep your pizza warm when delivered at your place, so the company has recently launched its oven-equipped DXP pizza delivery car.

Domino’s rolls out oven-equipped DXP pizza delivery car

Based on the 2015 Chevrolet Spark, the DXP (Delivery Expert) vehicle is incorporated with LED light-powered warming oven that can hold about eight pizzas and keep them warm till the time of home delivery. This means no more cold pizza and the customers will get piping hot flatbread, just like it’s served in a restaurant.

Domino’s rolls out oven-equipped DXP pizza delivery car

The car was customized to acquire only driver’s seat and other storage compartments to accommodate up to 80 pizzas, sodas, wings, etc. So, you can order anything, anytime from Domino’s and expect it to deliver at appropriate temperature.

The car took more than three years to develop and it’s the brainchild of Domino’s, Michigan-based automotive engineering company Roush Enterprises and former General Motors Research and Development executive Kenneth Baker. With this purpose-built vehicle, Domino’s will kickstart a new trend in home food delivery.

Domino’s rolls out oven-equipped DXP pizza delivery car

It’s indeed a revolutionary way to enhance customer service. Soon you’ll be able to see these 100 of the Domino’s DXP cars rolling around 25 cities in US, including Boston, Houston, San Diego and Seattle.

Via: FastCo.

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Sunil has been blogging about autos, consumer gadgets and home improvement ideas from a couple of years. When he is not writing, you can find him riding his royal enfield motorcycle, listening to music and showing off his football skills

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