Toyota and Pizza Hut combined forces to create a zero-emission vehicle that also serves as a mobile kitchen.    

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Toyota started with a Tundra SR5 pickup truck, which it stripped down to the bare chassis.     

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It removed the Tundra's gas engine and replaced it with the hydrogen fuel-cell powertrain from the Mirai.

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The body looks pretty close to stock, but that changes when you peek in the bed.    

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Out back, Toyota's Motorsports Technical Center installed a self-sufficient pizza kitchen.     

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There's a refrigerator for storing uncooked pizzas and a conveyor oven that will cook said pizzas, and there's also a pair of computer-guided robot arms tucked back there.     

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Best of all, the components can all pull power from the fuel-cell powertrain, keeping it nice and green.    

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The first robot arm will pull a pizza from the fridge, put it in the conveyor oven and close the fridge door.     

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On the other side of the oven, the second robot arm picks up the completed pizza, cuts it into six slices and boxes it up.    

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Keep scrolling to check out even more pictures of Toyota's most delicious concept in years.

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