The Car That Was Built Specifically For Domino’s Pizza



The Corbin Sparrow was a single-passenger, 3-wheeled, battery-operated electric vehicle designed specifically for commuting and city driving. Produced from 1999 to 2010, it had a range of 20-40 miles and a top speed of 70mph. Two models were produced: the original “jelly bean” model and a hatchback model built specifically for Domino's Pizza that was nicknamed “pizza butt." A victim of bad management and the dotcom bust, Corbin filed for bankruptcy in 2003. Recently, Myers Motors took over the design and renamed it the NmG — short for "No More Gas.” Today, the vehicles are selling for $19,995, have a 70-mile range on a full charge, and have a top speed of 75mph.