Disney California Adventure Park's 'Luigi's Flying Tires' to Close for New Attraction Experience

Announced from the Disney Parks Blog, Luigi’s Flying Tires attraction in Cars Land will be closing on February 16, 2015, to create a brand new attraction. The blog states that Luigi will be going on a vacation to Italy and upon his return in 2016, a new experience will take part at Casa della Tires.

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The attraction will have new vehicles as well as a new operating system. For now, we have the artist concept image to give some insight on the new attraction.

Check out the video below to see Luigi’s Flying Tires in action.

Stay tuned to DAPs Magic for future updates on the new attraction.

What do you think of this new revamped attraction Luigi has planned? Will you miss the current attraction?

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  1. According to Disney Parks Blog, the 16th will be the last operating day for the attraction, it will then be closed starting on the 17th.

    I enjoyed the ride. I think it’s a shame that it didn’t pan out, but I’m excited about the new attraction.

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