Picture through Taco Bell

One the country’s most beloved fast food chains are moving towards the future with their new dining experience, Taco Bell Defense. The new restaurant is scheduled to be built in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, and is a 3,000-square-foot, two-story building.

Those who turn Drive-thrus tweaking is a pleasure to know that to enhance the customer experience, the company adds four lanes to the restaurant, so you don’t have to spend hours in line. By Tension, three of the four lanes only serve pick-up and smartphone orders and are equipped with screens that allow customers to interact with restaurant employees via audio and video.

Using a QR code the customer can scan their order before retrieving it from the “watch machine”. This special elevator works between the ground floor and the second floor kitchen and “delivers” food to customers without the need to interact with the server.

Taco Bell Defy is set to break its way this month and open high-tech doors in the summer of 2022. “This new, innovative concept breaker in Brookly Park, Minnesota, will significantly improve the consumer experience: driving speed,” Aaron said. Engler, CEO of Border Foods, in a Press release.

“We are a partnership With Taco Bell and the best and brightest in technology and design to create what is likely to come from the future of fast food restaurants. ”


Picture through Taco Bell


Picture through Taco Bell


Picture through Taco Bell


Picture through Taco Bell

[via Thrillist, images via Taco Bell]

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