Know what Domino’s loves even more than its own delicious pizzas? A good, reliable vehicle to bring those pizzas—and the happiness that comes with them—to everyone else.
Domino’s has just announced it has chosen the 2015 Chevrolet Spark to become its Domino’s DXP (Delivery Expert), a vehicle designed specifically for pizza delivery.
The vehicle concept was submitted as part of Domino’s Ultimate Delivery Vehicle Challenge and quickly became the obvious choice.
“The Chevrolet Spark is the perfect vehicle to bring our pizza delivery to life,” said Russell Weiner, president of Domino’s USA. “Not only will the DXP have a warming oven on board and enough storage capacity to hold 80 pizzas in the rear, but the fuel efficiency is something our franchisees welcome.”
The company will begin using modified Chevy Sparks to deliver its pizzas this month. Looks like we’ll have to order a few to Joe Holland Chevrolet!
What does rap icon Kid Rock do in his free time? He helps design pickup trucks—specifically, one of the three custom Silverado 3500HD trucks that Chevrolet brought to the 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
The cabin features Sky Cool Gray leather upholstery, silver trim adorning the blacked-out instrument panel, a Kicker-built sound system, and logos on the sill plates that say “built in Detroit.”
Outside, the custom Silverado 3500HD boasts American flag decals on both sides, 22-inch alloy wheels, a larger Bowtie emblem, massive smoke stacks in the bed, and a metal-black paint finish that accentuates all the chrome bits.
“I wanted the design for the truck to be bold, but with features and elements that wouldn’t be out of reach for working-class guys,” said Kid Rock.
Joining the Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD Kid Rock Concept was a Silverado Special Ops Concept and a Bone Collector Concept themed for Halloween. If we had to pick one at Joe Holland Chevrolet, we’d definitely go with Rock’s!