The Toyota Pie Professional Tundra incorporates a hydrogen gasoline cell powertrain – and a built-in pizza ovenToyota Pie Professional Tundra, developed in affiliation with Pizza Hut, options built-in automated pizza oven
Toyota has unveiled a one-off hydrogen gasoline cell-powered Tundra pick-up fitted with an automatic pizza kitchen on the SEMA Present in Las Vegas.
The Toyota Pie Professional Tundra has been developed in collaboration with Pizza Hut. It incorporates a common Tundra SR5 pick-up physique, however transformed to front-wheel drive and utilizing the electrical hydrogen gasoline cell powertrain from the Mirai.
In addition to driving the truck itself, the gasoline cell can also be used to supply energy to the automobile’s on-board self-contained pizza kitchen. That unit features a fridge, a TurboChef HHC 1618 high-speed conveyor oven, and two robotic arms.
The primary robotic arm removes the pizza from the fridge and locations it within the over, with the opposite slicing, boxing and delivering the pizza.
Toyota says the on-board kitchen can produce a pizza in between six and 7 minutes.
In addition to the pizza-making pick-up, Toyota showcased a variety of customized Corolla hatchback fashions at SEMA, together with the Supra Racing Idea automobile that was revealed at Geneva earlier this 12 months.
One other machine on present is a Toyota Tundra personalised by actor Kevin Costner.
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