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Domino’s buys 800 Chevrolet Bolt EVs as pizza delivery vehicles

After experimenting with sidewalk robot deliveries, the pizza giant is getting EVs.



Enlarge / Domino’s new fleet of 2023 Chevrolet Bolts are unmistakeable. (credit: Domino’s Pizza)

While it may not be your favorite pizza-slinger, one has to respect Domino’s Pizza for being forward-looking. Whether or not it actually launched the first pizza delivery service in 1960, it certainly popularized the idea and more recently has been testing autonomous vehicles and sidewalk robots to deliver pizza.

At some point, before robotic Domino’s delivery is commonplace, its pizzas may speed their way to you in an electric car.

On Monday the company announced the arrival of more than 100 Chevrolet Bolts to select Domino’s locations, with another 700 due by the end of 2023. You can even check on their progress online—of Bolt deliveries, not pizza deliveries, although that’s possible, too, thanks to onboard telematics.

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