Domino's Pizza Adds 800 Chevrolet Bolt EVs To Its Fleet

Kevin Williams
by Kevin Williams

Dominos branches out from e-bikes, to EVs.

The Chevrolet Bolt EV has been chosen to lead the electrification push, at Dominos. The fast-food pizza giant has made a deal for 800 Bolt EVs to serve as delivery vehicles. The initial hundred vehicles (outfitted in custom Dominoes branded livery) will enter fleets this month, with the remaining 700 reaching other Dominos locations by the end of 2023. Domino’s says this is the largest full EV pizza delivery fleet yet.

This isn’t Domino’s first foray into electrified delivery vehicles; the brand experimented with e-bike delivery in 2019. That experiment netted solid gains for the brand, claiming faster delivery times and lower operating costs, leading to higher profit margins. The Bolt EV could allow days of deliveries without recharging, and the lower maintenance costs would also be a plus for stores that maintain their vehicles.

Domino’s EV push is part of its goal to reach carbon neutrality. “Domino’s has always been on the cutting edge of pizza delivery and electric delivery cars make sense as vehicle technology continues to evolve. We’ve made a commitment to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, and this is one way we can begin reducing our environmental impact, one delivery at a time,” said Domino’s CEO Russel Weiner.

The EV rollout can be tracked in real-time, on Domino’s website. Each state displays both EVs on the road, and EVs are planned to reach fleets by the end of 2023. Oh, and the brand is giving away a Bolt EV, too.

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Kevin Williams
Kevin Williams

Kevin has been obsessed with cars ever since he could talk. He even learned to read partially by learning and reading the makes and models on the back of cars, only fueling his obsession. Today, he is an automotive journalist and member of the Automotive Press Association. He is well-versed in electrification, hybrid cars, and vehicle maintenance.

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