Kids, Tweens, Adults
Loud, Slow Rides
Rider Switch, Interactive, 1955 Original Ride
Persons who do not meet the minimum height requirement of 32 inches (81 cm) may not ride.
Feel the wind in your hair while cruising down the road—all the while watching the madcap road trip of Honda’s Humanoid Robot and Bird unfold.
After twisting around the curves, you’ll pick up the pace under a small bridge and pass iconic attractions like the Matterhorn Bobsleds in the not-too-far distance. In the end, you’ll discover that the most important thing is not arriving first, it’s the journey with those near and dear that matters most!
Featuring a real working gas pedal and steering wheel, each car can seat 2 adults or 3 children and navigates curves and inclines just like the real thing. Need to brake? Simply ease off the accelerator to slow down. Vehicles are equipped with front and rear bumpers and an undercarriage guide rail to safeguard your trip—plus Cast Members are always available to give you a hand.
Guests who are at least 54 inches (137 cm) tall can strap in and drive their own gas-powered race car. Additionally, Guests who are at least 32 inches (81 cm) tall are also invited to drive, as long as they are accompanied by someone who is at least 54 inches (137 cm) tall.
Autopia is the only existing Tomorrowland attraction dating back to Opening Day in 1955. When the cars first took to the road, they captured America’s fascination with the latest transportation innovation, the “freeway.” Over the years, the roadways and car styles have been periodically updated for this “automobile utopia,” but the fun is still the same.