Chevy and Domino’s Satisfy Drivers’ Pizza Cravings
Pizza is a go-to dinner choice for tons of people. Now, thanks to integrated tech from Chevy and a partnership with Domino’s, pizza can be the go-to meal for pizza lovers on the go.
Learn More: About the 2019 Chevy Equinox
Using the in-vehicle touch screen, eligible drivers behind the wheel of equipped Chevy vehicles (model years 2017 and up) can place their order for home delivery or pick up from Domino’s, the first pizzeria in the system. The Chevrolet Marketplace app even saves orders.
“Domino’s has offered pizza lovers innovative ordering and delivery options for years. At the same time, Chevrolet put technologies in place that allows us to add capabilities to vehicles already on the road, like the ability for our drivers to order pizza through the touch screen,” said Scott Goddard, Marketplace line of business leader, Chevrolet. “This new in-vehicle solution is a natural collaboration that both Chevy drivers and pizza connoisseurs can enjoy.”
A Pizza Profile that contains the payment info, selected stores, and delivery address must be created online or through the restaurant’s app before drivers can utilize the pizza-ordering benefits of the Chevrolet Marketplace.
“We admire Chevy’s commitment to providing the technology that consumers want the most,” said Chris Roeser, director of digital experience at Domino’s. “Now, Marketplace will provide pizza lovers an easy way to order the pizza they love.”
Learn More: About caring for your tires
Drivers of connected Chevy vehicles have been using the Chevrolet Marketplace function since 2017, and last year, drivers were first able to use the system’s in-dash fuel payment.
The News Wheel is a digital auto magazine providing readers with a fresh perspective on the latest car news. We’re located in the heart of America (Dayton, Ohio) and our goal is to deliver an entertaining and informative perspective on what’s trending in the automotive world. See more articles from The News Wheel.