DXP modified Chevy Spark Domino’s pizza delivery car

Whenever you order a pizza to be delivered to your home or place of work, you never think about the person on their little bike in all weathers, just to get the order to you. All you care about is the state of the pizza, and if it is still warm once it gets to your door.

However, Domino’s Pizza thinks it may have killed two birds with one stone with its DXP, or its full name, the Domino’s Delivery Expert. What we have here is basically a heavily modified 2015 Chevy Spark, as it comes with a host of features to help improve the delivery process, and maintain the taste of the pizza.

New Domino's pizza delivery car

Domino’s says that with the DXP being used, all orders should get to customers piping hot, as it has a warming oven right behind the driver. This oven can be accessed from outside, although we hope there is a lock on the door, or anybody could steal the pizzas when at a set of traffic lights.

Other features in this modified Chevrolet Spark are changes to the interior for extra storage, non-slip surfaces, and the ability to hold up to 80 pizzas if need be — perfect for parties or events then.

For more details Domino’s has an interactive website for you to scroll to go for a ride on their new DXP.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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