Our first thought upon seeing the Domino’s “DXP” Chevrolet Spark was where has something like this been our entire lives? A purpose-built pizza delivery vehicle that will serve as a beacon of joy and relief with the knowledge that its precious cargo will smash nearly all forms of hunger.
It makes sense to use the outgoing generation of Spark, with its 1.2L four-cylinder engine being rated at 39 miles to the gallon (highway.) The Spark’s been *slightly* modified, including the Domino’s red-white-blue livery, Domino’s flood lights, and a warming oven in the rear seat. The last change is what’s really going to stand out to customers, since now their pizza will arrive with more of that fresh-out-of-the-oven goodness. The oven is accessible from outside of the vehicle, and can hold up to as many as 80 pizzas. Speaking of storage, the entire interior of the Spark, excluding the driver’s seat of course, was replaced with storage compartments and non-slip surfaces.
This isn’t just some one-off prototype that the company thought would be cool to make, either. Domino’s is in fact working with Roush Enterprises and Kenneth R. Baker, a former General Motors executive to build 100 DXPs that will hit the streets in 25 US cities. You can find out if you’ll be seeing these around your area by clicking here.