Pictures of the Ride Vehicles for Guardians of the Galaxy Attraction
More details have been found on the new Guardians of the Galaxy Attraction ride vehicles. When this attraction opens in Future World at Epcot it will be one of the world’s longest enclosed roller coasters! 960 trucks’ worth of concrete poured the foundation of this mammoth attraction. When the building is complete, the volume of four Spaceship Earth attractions could fit inside it! Four!!!
Bob Chapek has stated that this enormous groundbreaking ride full of adventure deserves a ride system and ride vehicles unlike anything guests have experienced before. This is a one-of-a-kind storytelling coaster. It connects the adventure of a storyline with the thrills of a coaster.
“On most coasters, the vehicles point straight ahead throughout the ride,” Bob explained. “But on this attraction, each individual cab will be programmed to direct your eye to the story happening around you.
That means instead of whizzing by the action, you’ll be fully immersed in the story from the minute you launch.”
Whoa! Disney just gave a snippet of what the all-new Guardians of the Galaxy rollercoaster will look like. He described it as a story telling coaster, drawing a rider’s attention to the story portrayed. #epcot pic.twitter.com/N8eMluad5P
— Caitlin Dineen (@CaitlinDineen) November 14, 2018
The attraction will open in time for the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World Resort in 2021. Stay tuned to MickeyBlog for future updates.
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