Has Epcot’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Coaster Ride System Been Leaked?


Have the ride vehicles for the hotly-anticipated Guardians of the Galaxy roller coaster been leaked on a theme park enthusiast message board?

User “McRC” has posted photos on the Theme Park Review message board of a new Vekoma designed roller coaster car.

The cars seem to sit pretty high off the track, and look as if they may be able to spin? Remember, Bob Iger said a few weeks ago that the Guardians attraction would be family-friendly and also “revolutionary.”

Here are some of the pics where you can see the vehicle for yourself…

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And here is a video mock-up by another user demonstrating how they think the vehicle will rotate on the track.

Again, this is all speculation and has not been confirmed by Disney. However, some fan sites are theorizing that this is, in fact, the Guardians of the Galaxy ride system.

The Guardians of the Galaxy attraction was officially announced last year at the D23 Expo. Shortly thereafter, Ellen’s Energy Adventure permanently closed to make way for the attraction. The unnamed Guardians of the Galaxy coaster will be open before Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary in 2021.

In the meantime, Guests at Epcot can catch the Guardians of the Galaxy in a new live music show in the America Gardens Theatre.

[Source: Theme Park Review]

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