Disney to make changes to Epcot's Test Track ride
Written by Dominick D
This fall, Disney will be making some changes to Epcot's Test Track, including a sponsor change from General Motors to GM brand Chevrolet.Tweet
According to the Disney Parks Blog, the current testing workshop will be transformed into the "Chevrolet Design Center," where you can see how cars are designed. According to Disney, "Here, guests will become automotive designers and create their own custom vehicles. Next, they’ll buckle into a six-person SimCar ride vehicle and test out their design on the challenging track of the Test Track course."
The post-show will be redesigned to include the latest Chevy vehicles in an all-new show room. The current version is schedueled to close in April or May, and the re-imagined version may open in October. What do you think? Me? I can't wait to check this out!
Update from Robert: Also on the refurb front, Disneyland's closing Matterhorn on Monday in part to install the new sled cars - three riders to a car, with individual restraints. (Two cars will run in tandem.) The coaster will reopen this summer.
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