We've all been there. You're starving. You don't have the time or energy or ingredients to actually cook anything. Maybe you're just in the mood for something with a heavy dose of cheese and tomato sauce. So you order a pizza.

And you wait.

And you wait.

And you wait.

Finally, your pizza arrives. You figure that you're delusional from hunger; there's no way that this driver actually took this long to get to your house. He gets to you and you exchange United States currency, you open up the cardboard safe protecting your precious cargo and... it's cold. Maybe the driver had three other deliveries along the route to your house that he decided to stop at first. Maybe the he accidentally took the anchovy-mushroom-banana pepper-barbecue chicken pizza instead of your large extra cheese and had to run back to grab your order which added some time to the process.

Whatever the reason, you're in your kitchen with a pizza that's feels like Jack Frost sneezed on it. You could throw it in the oven, maybe the microwave, but that always sucks. Sure, you could put it in the fridge and have it tomorrow as leftover pizza--which some people actually seem to prefer--but you want it now.

Fear not! Domino's understands your pain, and they're making moves to remedy the situation. Meet the DXP:

According to the Los Angeles Times, the DXP--as in "Delivery Expert"--is a 2015 Chevrolet Spark that's been modified to feature "a built-in warming oven behind the driver's door, which can hold about eight pizzas. The car itself was reconfigured so that there's only the driver's seat and room for up to 80 pizzas and side items, the company said."


Pizza oven cars? The future actually is awesome.