We are used to itat least in Spain, let’s see dealers bring food to our homes in bicycles, electric scooters or motorcycles, perhaps some worker of the food delivery apps use cars, but they are not the most common cases. Nevertheless, the world’s largest franchise in the pizzeria sector wants to throw the house out the window and has thought that if he is going to electrify your vehicle fleet distribution, what better to do with new models of electric cars. Plenty of space for a pizza, but if there are 2-liter glasses to fill with your favorite drink in the North American country, why not a pizza delivery car?
A massive and big electrification: this is how Domino’s bets on electric cars
The electric car market is not yet relevant within the automotive sector, being in our country the Tesla Model 3 who has conquered the electric market in 2022. However, you did not imagine that the largest pizzeria franchise in the world would also go to the electric side. In a recent statement published on the Domino’s website, the North American company affirms that it will be 100 electric cars, specifically the Chevrolet signature Bolt modelthose who will be deployed during the month of novemberbeing a total of 800 cars those who will end up completing an electric fleet of pizza delivery vehicles.
It is not the first time that Domino’s innovates in the distribution of its flagship product, given that already in the year 1960 started delivering pizza aboard a volkswagen beetle. Years later, already in 2015your DXP was built to be able bake pizzas on the go to the customer’s home and the company has already tested the benefits of autonomous vehicles and of the robots delivery. Russell WeinerDomino’s CEO ensures that:
Domino’s has always been ahead of the curve when it comes to pizza delivery, and electric delivery cars make sense as automotive technology evolves. We have a commitment to zero emissions by 2050 and this is one way to start reducing our environmental impact, one delivery at a time.
NowadaysDomino’s already has electric bikes and motorcycles to make deliveries in 24 countries, but the arrival of the electric carsaccording to the company, will offer benefits in delivery, with autonomy to make deliveries for days, no emissions that are harmful to the environment, safety for the delivery drivers and a much lower maintenance cost, including being away from the fluctuations in the price of gasoline. The future is electric and Domino’s has chosen to go all-out with the next-generation Chevy Bolt.