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Test Track at EPCOT closing on June 17 for Reimagining Project - New Concept Art Released

Walt Disney World has announced when Test Track will close at EPCOT, wth the popular attraction closed from June 17 to begin a major reimagining project.

Test Track at EPCOT closing on June 17 for Reimagining Project - New Concept Art Released

Yesterday, Thursday, April 4, 2024, Walt Disney World revealed lots of news about upcoming attractions coming to the resort, including a first look at new animatronics coming to Tiana’s Bayou Adventure, plus we seen a first look at the model of the new "Tropical Americas" project featuring Encanto and Indiana Jones that is planned for Disney's Animal Kingdom. Plus, news emerged that Disney is in the process of filing permits for the new "Beyond Big Thunder Mountain" expansion that's coming to Magic Kingdom.


Now today, Friday, April 5, Walt Disney World has revealed that Test Track at EPCOT will close on June 17 for a previously announced reimagining of the attraction.


New concept art reveals how different the entrance to the attraction will look once it reopens.


The concept art appears to show the reimagined entrance taking on the appearance of World of Motion, an opening day attraction at EPCOT Center in 1982 that closed in 1996 to make way for Test Track,


The entrance shows the existing large canopy structure removed, with new blue and purple lighting illuminating the entrance, with a new large Test Track marquee sign is in front of the building.



Test Track at EPCOT closing on June 17 for Reimagining Project - New Concept Art Released

News of the reimagining was first revealed on Saturday, September 9, when it was announced at Destination D23.


At the time it was revealed that Imagineers along with teams from Chevrolet are reaching back into history for inspiration from the original World of Motion, and bringing that spirit of optimism to the next iteration of the Test Track attraction!


Chevrolet will continue to sponsor the reimagined attraction.


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