PHOTOS: Fast & Furious: Supercharged Reopens After Temporary Closure at Universal Studios Florida
Engines are revving once again! The family is back! After temporarily closing in August, Fast & Furious: Supercharged has reopened at Universal Studios Florida. Other than the addition of social distance markers in the queue, the attraction has yet to receive additional health and safety measures. Team Members said that plexiglass may be added to the attraction.
Guests are already queuing to experience the attraction for the first time in months.
The Visionbeats pickup truck features a multimedia display.
Although it seems like a simple set piece, this workbench tells an interesting story.
This jacket features subtle nods to the park’s history. The Disaster patch refers to the attraction that was replaced by Fast & Furious: Supercharged. The ‘Luis’ name tag pays tribute to a Team Member who was killed during the Pulse nightclub mass shooting. Luis was a Team Member at Disaster.
The Beetlejuice figure is a callback to Graveyard Revue.
Guests snake through the garage.
Lots of horsepower is still on display.
Physical distancing markers have been placed in open spaces.
Team Members wear face masks throughout the queue.
Dwayne Johnson is everywhere, isn’t he?
The Team Member waves us on to the next pre-show room.
Guests are briefed on the team’s plans.
After the briefing, guests enter the loading area.
Plexiglass has not been installed at the attraction’s loading area switchbacks.
One row is skipped between each guest party.
The attraction vehicle is loaded with physical distancing in mind.
Are you ready to ride with Dom, Letty, Hobbs, and Roman once again? Use the comments to tell us just how fast you will be heading to Universal Studios Florida.