Domino’s Pizza orders two Renault Twizy in the UK image

Two units of the Renault Twizy electric cars have been recently ordered by the Domino’s Pizza franchise in Swindon, United Kingdom.

Usually this kind of news goes around unseen but considering the fact that the Renault Twizy is probably the biggest failure in the carmaker’s lineup, when judging by its sales figures, than this means that every unit sold is a potential article written. The newest owners of two Renault Twizy electric vehicles are the ones from the Domino’s Pizza franchise in Swindon, United Kingdom, so keep in mind that if you order your pizza there, it might be cold by the time you will have it delivered.

“We are extremely happy with our Twizys as for us they are the perfect run around for delivering our piping hot pizzas quickly, responsibly and most importantly with minimal running costs. They are quite a head turner too, so it creates a great buzz for us as we like to do things differently”, said the franchise of Domino’s in Swindon, James Swift.

As a quick reminder, the Renault Twizy is coming in two versions, the Twizy 45, with 5 HP and 33 Nm of torque, being able to reach a top speed of 45 km/h, and the Twizy 80, which can accelerate up to 80 km/h. The model is 2,32 meters long, 1,19 meters wide and 1,46 meters tall, weighing just 450 kg. Prices for the Twizy start at just under 7,000 euros.