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Dominos is preparing to put more than 800 all-electric pizza delivery vehicles into service over the coming months. The first 100 vehicles will be rolling out in November. The company has chosen the Chevy Bolt EV and is wrapping the vehicles with custom branding. 

Dominos will have a fleet of exactly 855 new electric vehicles. This will not be able to reach all 6,135 pizza shops in the US but is a great alternative to some of the previous cars Dominos have released such as the Dominos DXP where only 155 were made.  

According to Dominos, the Bolts will be delivering from select franchises and corporate stores throughout the US. The fleet will aim to attract new employees to Dominos. 

On a single charge, Chevy Bolt EVs are capable of going 259 miles on a single charge, and the company believes that each of the cars has the potential to last a couple of days without needing to plug in.  

GM has cut prices on the 2023 model down to a starting price of $26,595 which makes it one of the most affordable EVs on the market. 

Customers are able to find a map of when you can see when and where the new EV delivery vehicles are or will be active.