Amidst the hustle and bustle of a packed Easter week at the Magic Kingdom, we’ve spotted a few changes to the Tomorrowland Speedway, which is still under extensive refurbishment and construction to make way for the Tron Lightcycle Power Run coaster that’s set to open in 2021.
First off, we noticed a couple of things from just the facade. A new paint scheme now graces the facade of the attraction, with a teal color that really pops (and matches with the rest of the new Tomorrowland color scheme.) For the purpose of comparison, here’s what the attraction looked like just before it closed:
As you can see, gone is the light purple and seafoam green color, replaced with just white and teal. Another thing we noticed was the absence of those metal grid awnings that spanned across each pole.
They’ve only left the ones that span across the entrance because the FastPass and Stand-By wait time signs are literally attached to them.
Over by the queue area, you can see remnants of the old blue-colored railings over by the back. That new, vibrant teal color should soon take over the remaining railings.
Over by the exit catwalk, the railings are all the new teal color as well.
The walls by the loading area have also been painted over in teal, covering the racing murals and checkered flags that were previously painted on there.
The Tomorrowland Speedway is set to open this May, and we’re sure even more changes will pop up before then. Stay tuned for even more updates!