At a car show earlier this week, Toyota and Pizza Hut unveiled a zero-emission pickup truck that’s capable of cooking pizzas as they’re being delivered to hungry customers.

As Elite Daily notes, “The bed of the truck includes a pair of robotic arms, a refrigerator, and a portable conveyor oven. When a pie is ordered, one robotic arm takes a pie out of the fridge and puts it into the conveyor—and that’s when it’s sent through a ‘high-speed ventless oven'” in the bed of the truck.

The website goes on to quip, “Could you imagine driving this thing around and making pizzas on the go? I’d imagine you’d be the go-to designated driver every weekend.”

Pizza Hut Introduces Zero-Emission Toyota Tundra Pie Pro – Mobile Pizza Oven

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