Portillo’s Hot Dogs, Nekter Juice Bar Test In-Car Ordering

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Portillo’s Hot Dogs, Nekter Juice Bar Test In-Car Ordering

Guests with BMWs can order from their cars through the end of the year.

Olo, a food ordering platform for the restaurant industry, has launched a R&D food ordering trial through BMW vehicles in the United States.

Nekter Juice Bar and Portillo’s Hot Dogs are the first live brands to participate in the in-car ordering pilot. BMW owners can send orders to locations across the United States directly from their vehicle by visiting the BMW Labs website. The pilot is an R&D exploration of how the guest experience can translate to an in-car setting. The pilot is available for compatible BMW vehicles from 2015 onward. Vehicle compatibility will be checked when users log in to the BMW Labs site throughout the rest of 2019.

See a demo of how it works with Portillo’s Hot Dogs.

The online ordering experience is designed for easy pre-configuration of orders, making saved favorites and making repeat orders easy. Trial participants can order and pay with the push of a button and follow driving directions to pick up their orders.

"Since day one at Nekter Juice Bar, it's been our mission to make our menu of fresh and nutritious juices, Superfood smoothies and acai bowls easily accessible to everyone on their individual paths to wellness," said Steve Schulze, co-founder and CEO, Nekter Juice Bar. "Collaborating with innovative and forward-thinking brands such as BMW and Olo will help us expand this accessibility while also supporting our speed-of-service initiatives for people on-the-go."

For more information on the trial, visit the BMW Labs website: https://labs.bmwna.com/.