As previously reported back in November 2022 by GM Authority, Domino’s Pizza announced that it’d be introducing 100 Chevy Bolt EV units to its fleet before December 2022, with an additional 700 examples to be added in the following few months. Now, the pizza company officially has 800 Chevy Bolt EVs on the road.
Domino’s claims that the all-electric fleet vehicle provides several benefits over its ICE counterparts, including lower maintenance fees, advanced safety features, and zero tailpipe emissions.
“Back in November 2022, Domino’s announced that we’d have 800 EVs on the road by the end of 2023 and we’re excited to say that we’ve officially reached that number,” Domino’s U.S. & Global Services President Joe Jordan said in a prepared statement. “All 800 vehicles are on the road, delivering at various stores across the country. We are even more thrilled to announce that number is growing. Our stores and franchisees have continued to express their enthusiasm and interest around EVs, and they’ve ordered an additional 300-plus cars to be on the road by the end of the year.”
Indeed, Domino’s won’t be stopping at 800 Bolt EV units. The pizza company has plans to field a total of 1,100 fleet Bolt EV examples by the end of the 2023 calendar year. This gives Domino’s the largest electric pizza delivery fleet in the United States.
“We’re continuing to see a wide range of advantages from using EVs,” Jordan added. “In addition to business and environmental benefits, an electric delivery fleet also helps with hiring drivers, as they open up a whole new pool of job candidates who may not have their own vehicles.”
For those wondering where these Chevy Bolt EV units are operating, be sure to check out this interactive map.