From the street, you can see the three car collection options – drive-in, drive-thru, and curbside collection – as well as the outdoor dining.The new sites will be 60% smaller than the current ones, Burger King says.Diners can park their cars in what Burger King calls the drive-in area under solar-powered canopies. Customers place their orders through the app by scanning a QR code at their parking spot, and staff deliver the order to their car.The drive-thru has two or three lanes for both ordering and pick-up, which will speed up the process. Some locations have a designated motorcycle lane, too.If customers or delivery services place orders in advance through the Burger King app, they can park in dedicated parking spots for curb-side delivery. They can use an app to notify the restaurant when they arrive, and the order is brought to their vehicle.As well as the drive-thru and drive-in lanes, customers and delivery services can also collect orders from food lockers using a pin they get on the Burger King app when ordering. The food comes straight from the kitchen to the pick-up lockers.KFC is currently trailing a similar system at restaurants in Japan. This allows customers to order on the app and collect orders contact-free.This is a separate area for customers on foot or bike to order take-out.The restaurants feature covered outdoor dining on a shaded patio.The interior has a modern, minimalistic design.The Next Level concept will be used for busy urban locations with high drive-thru demand.The sites feature a suspended kitchen above the drive-thru lanes, which takes center stage.This means the restaurant format can serve more customers in a smaller space.Drive-thru options dominate the design of the store, and most of the ground space is given to drive-thru and collection lanes.Because the kitchen is upstairs, orders are delivered to cars by conveyor belts, and each lane will have its own pick-up spot. There is also be a dedicated lane for delivery drivers on motorcycles.This design allows a 100% touchless experience, Burger King says.The restaurant has a suspended indoor dining room and covered outdoor seating above the drive-thru entrance.If you do want to collect food to go, you don't have to be in a vehicle: The restaurants also have walk-up take-out facilities, as well as lockers for mobile orders.