Almost everyone has seen the WienerMobile, the hot dog on wheels, rolling around spreading joy.
While it was never meant to serve hot dogs, the company has created new vehicles to get the jobs done.
Oscar Mayer's head of marketing Greg Guidotti says they have added the WienerDrone and WienerCycle to their auto family.
"We're committed to getting our new hot dog in everyone's hands — and going to great lengths to do this. We knew that was a job for more than just our existing Wienermobile. So, we've expanded our Oscar Mayer fleet, ensuring every American can taste the new recipe because we believe everyone deserves a better hot dog."
The drone is 15 inches wide, 24 inches long and is able to fly for up to 15 minutes carrying a single hot dog at an altitude of 1,200 feet.
The idea is designed to be the first unmanned hot dog-carrying aircraft designed for remote location delivery.
The other new addition, the WienerCycle, is meant for urban delivery.
It's a moped and sidecar combo, with an 8.5 horsepower engine and the sidecar keeps 8 hot dogs warm and ready to eat.
The new vehicles will be introduced to the public in Wiener, Arkansas for Independence Day.