A new photo op has popped up in Tomorrowland featuring two of the TRON Lightcycle Run ride vehicles. Perhaps the most interesting thing about the photo op isn’t the fact that guests can’t sit in them, but the fact that the ride is seemingly sponsored by Enterprise Rent-A-Car now, according to managers we spoke with in the area. Here’s the look-but-don’t-touch display.
The display even shows the boarding proceedure whereby one guest will technically have to cross behind the bike and over the track to load on. It’s a relatively simple concept that was easy to grasp in Shanghai Disneyland when we visited, but we’ll be interested to see how it works in the busiest theme park in the world.
Here’s a closer look at the attraction logo with accompanying sponsorship tag.
You can find the TRON Lightcycle Run presented by Enterprise photo op near the Space Mountain gift shop.
We’d imagine that the next logical evolution for these vehicles would be as test seats like what we saw in Shanghai Disneyland. That is, if they don’t get damaged over the next two years.
As always, keep checking back with us here at BlogMickey.com as we continue to keep an eye on the TRON Lightcycle Run roller coaster construction at Magic Kingdom.