Domino’s is Changing the Delivery Game

Domino’s Pizza has a new expert in town. Their new car, DXP, is changing the delivery game before any other pizza franchise so you don’t get your pizza cold during the delivery. Domino’s new delivery car will have something like an oven to keep it warm. That’s crazy and a little scary.

Couldn’t that go wrong in many ways? Or, what if they Screen Shot 2016-04-08 at 9.46.25 AMgot into an accident?

This new vehicle is equipped with only one seat in the whole car. The rest is made for all the possible orders someone could want, from sides, sodas, and up to 80 pizzas. They might as well make them in the car too instead of having to drive back and forth. That’s probably what they are working on now!

There are currently 97 of these models being made and on the roads. With a lot of research behind the work, for all types of weather, they look to get more off the line and into the communities by the end of the year.

The closest Domino’s vehicle to West Virginia is in Virginia. Virginia has 2 functioning DXPs making their rounds. If you want your hometown or your residential area Domino’s to get a DXP go to their website and vote in hopes of getting your location equipped with this new delivery system.Screen Shot 2016-04-08 at 9.49.39 AM

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One thought on “Domino’s is Changing the Delivery Game

  1. This sounds like a disaster waiting to happen. I’m waiting for the news report that an oven blew up inside one of the cars or something. Though to be fair, the people who made these cars are a lot smarter than me and probably thought of 100 different ways to prevent stuff like that from happened.

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