McDonald’s aims to make home delivery in Australia extra speedy by using Lamborghini’s and Ferrari’s for home deliveries.
One Melbourne McDonald’s has been testing home delivery service since July, but has now introduced flashy sports cars, including a Ferrari F430 Spider and a white Lamborghini dubbed the “McDelivery” vehicle, to bring the pipping hot right to customers’ doorsteps, The Daily Mail reports.
In order to get McDonald’s delivered, a minimum $25 order must be placed at a participating location, and the fast-food chain charges a $5 delivery fee. No word how many luxury vehicles will be part of the McDonald’s overall fleet.
McDonald’s Australia also recently started the pop-up store shared like a Happy Meal. The pop-up store, dubbed as the world’s largest lunch box, is located at the Federation Square in Melbourne. They gave away free Steak Taster’s on Wednesday.
Maccas arrived in Sydney, Australia in 1971 and has expanded ever since.