Test Track

Last Updated on: September 20th, 2022

Here is everything you need to know about Walt Disney World’s Epcot’s Test Track ride including history, fun facts, photos and more. I hope you find this listing informative and helpful!

Test Track Description

Test Track (Disney World)Design a virtual concept vehicle and then go for a high-octane spin at this attraction that’s thrilling and creative.

Buckle up in a 6-passenger “simulation car” and put a virtual vehicle that you created to the test.

Stroll into a gleaming, state-of-the-art facility and cruise past eye-opening exhibits illustrating the forward-thinking innovation and technology of Chevrolet. Steer your way inside the Chevrolet Design Center and—working at an illuminated station—design your own virtual custom concept vehicle based on the following test criteria:

  • Capability (handling)
  • Responsiveness (maneuverability)
  • Efficiency (fuel-saving and environmentally friendly)
  • Power (speed)

Add some finishing touches to your design before boarding a special “SIM Car” and taking off on a fun-filled driving evaluation.

The Test Drive

Discover how your custom concept vehicle performs thanks to easy-to-read visual charts as you rev through rough terrain and obstacles along the winding Test Track circuit. Fly through straight-aways, maneuver switchbacks through inclement weather, hug curves banked at 50-degree angles and scale hills that are up to 3-stories high!


Test Track Fun Facts

  • This is the fastest Disney ride ever built (64.9 mph).
  • The ride was significantly refurbished in 2012.
  • Test Track replace the popular World of Motion ride, but there are still a few subtle tributes to the former attraction that can be found around the ride.


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