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Get revved up for the re-imagined Test Track® Presented by Chevrolet. A futuristic walkthrough takes you through the car designing process and features a number of design prototypes and interactive elements that let you get a feel for what is involved in real-life car creation. Inside the Chevrolet design studio, guests can create their own virtual custom-concept vehicle and then put that design through its paces (at speeds of up to 65 miles per hour) on the exciting hills, hairpin turns and straightaways of the Test Track circuit.
After the "test drive," you can:
Next to Soarin'™ Attraction, Test Track® Presented by Chevrolet generally has one of the longest wait times of any attraction at Epcot®. Due to the popularity of this attraction, go first thing in the morning, or use FastPass+ to ride this attraction. Test Track also has a Single Rider line that can cut your wait time down to about 5-10 minutes. Your group will be slit up, but you likely won’t be talking all that much during the ride anyway. NOTE: If you use the Single Rider line, you will not be able to design your own custom car.
From Mommy Frog (who is prone to motion sickness) to Lily (who is not particularly fond of the ups and downs of a coaster), Test Track® Presented by Chevrolet is a blast for everyone in the Frog Family! On a single day in Epcot®, we do this ride no less than three times...IT'S THAT GOOD!!! For a completely different and awesome experience, try it at night.
Test Track® Presented by Chevrolet is located in the Test Track Pavilion in Future World East at Epcot®. The duration of the actual ride is about 5 minutes. Test Track® Presented by Chevrolet is fun for all ages as long as you meet the 40-inch height requirement. Each car seats six guests; three in the front row and three in the back row. Each seat has a lap seatbelt restraint. Guests must transfer from their wheelchair, motorized scooter or ECV to board the ride vehicle.
Source: Undercover Tourist
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