Chevy Gets a Slice of the Pie With New Domino’s Modified Spark

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Chevrolet has always been accommodating to your lifestyle. What if your lifestyle included a huge quantity of pizzas? That's the life of a Domino's delivery person- and it's about to get a little easier. Chevrolet has partnered with Domino's to build and deliver 96 Chevy Spark models specially outfitted with features designed to keep pizza warm and have it delivered as quickly as possible. Here are some of the details that we currently know about the Chevrolet Spark DXP!

The Hatchback of the Upper-Crust

  • 96 of these cars will be made and distributed to franchises in major metropolitan areas.
  • A gutted interior now has seating space only for the driver. The rest has been replaced with storage spaces, and the car can hold up to 80 pizzas.
  • There is a space set aside for two-liter soda bottles.
  • A warming oven is accessible on the exterior of the vehicle, and holds up to four pizzas
  • It has the standard safety features of a Spark, except the rear driver's side airbag, which has been deactivated.
  • Domino's chose the Chevy Spark as a base because of its solid construction and renowned dependability. The design is closest to a concept by a Local Motors co-creator that won a contest commissioned by Domino's.

2015 Chevy Spark for sale in Cincinnati

The announcement has generated excitement among Domino's franchises everywhere, who deliver approximately 400 million pizzas each year. Around two thirds of Domino's business is delivery. Domino's believes that this solution will boost delivery efficiency, cutting down on the number of trips back to the restaurant that a driver has to make during peak times. It's a great way to streamline a business that relies on time-saving measures to succeed.

The Chevy Spark isn't just for pizza delivery! It's a fun compact that's light on its wheels but heavy-handed on fuel efficiency. Visit our Cincinnati Chevrolet dealership for a test drive!

2016 Chevrolet Spark in Cincinnati

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