Count Pepsi as the latest entrant into the Tesla semi truck bull market.

This time, the soda giant has reserved 100 semi trucks, one of the largest reservations reported so far. They will join Pepsi’s U.S. fleet of approximately 10,000 big rigs as part of its efforts to reduce its carbon footprint by 20 percent by 2030, in addition to covering fuel costs.

According to Mike O’Connell, senior director of North American supply chain at Pepsi’s Frito-Lay, in a statement to Reuters, the brand is studying optimal routes and type of loads to carry based on range. The goal is to deploy Tesla semis to short-haul Doritos, Pepsi Lite, Mountain Dew, and other empty calorie bombs from its manufacturing to distribution centers and retailers.

News of the move also prompted Tesla’s share price to hop by roughly 2 percent, with the entire stock up 56 percent this year in one of the most memorable bull runs by an automotive company in recent memory.

So far, a who’s who of large retailers have placed pre-orders for the Tesla semi-truck, including Walmart, Anheiser-Busch, DHL, Ryder, and J.B. Hunt Transportation Services. No mention by Tesla has been made on the total value of the reservations nor the total number of reservations, but several websites have started their own tallies. According to a Reuters tally, reservations now stand at 267, as of Dec. 13, 2017.

Tesla has offered a 2019 timetable for the Semi to go into production.