That's something absolutely extraordinary. Toyota has the SEMA Auto Show for this Tundra Pie Pro Project put on the wheels. The vehicle was created in cooperation with Pizza Hut and the robot manufacturer Nachi Robotic Systems. Built by the Motorsports Technical Center (MTCI) of Toyota, this driving pizza machine is one of the highlights of the auto show. The fully functional kitchen sits on the back of the tundra and has, among other things, a fridge for storing pizzas. There is also an oven and two robots that push the pizza from the fridge into the oven. When the pizza is ready, the robots take it out of the oven. The devices are even able to cut the pizza and pack it in a carton.
Toyota Tundra Pie Pro
All in all, the procedure takes just under 7 minutes. The energy comes from the fuel cell drive of the Toyota Mirai. The power is enough to power the vehicle AND the kitchen. The tundra was of course specially highlighted for the car show. There were chic black aluminum rims with BFGoodrich all-terrain tires and he got a custom chassis from the Toyota subsidiary TRD. The red and black look can also be found in the interior. If we receive information about the pizza factory on wheels in a timely manner, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed about this if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
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Toyota Tundra Pie Pro as a rolling pizza machine
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