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Disney California Adventure to open ‘Luigi’s Rollickin’ Roadsters’ on March 7

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ANAHEIM, Calif. — Disney announced on Thursday their newest attraction at Disney California Adventure Park “Luigi’s Rollickin’ Roadsters” will open on March 7.

The new attraction will feature “dancing cars” moving on a trackless ride system with their own personality and signature dance moves.

“Each dancing car will have its own high-spirited personality and signature dance moves – making every ride unpredictable, as you won’t know which way they will turn and spin next!” Disney said in a news release. “Luigi will turn the tire storage yard behind his Casa Della Tires into a dance floor! Cars Land guests will be able to ride along with Luigi’s cousins as they move and spin to upbeat Italian music, performing the traditional dances of their hometown village.”

This is the first Disney attraction in the United States with a trackless ride system.

“You’ll see 20 of Luigi’s cousins have come… and they all have their own unique personality,” Jeffrey Shaver-Moskovitz, producer at Walt Disney Imagineering, says in a video released by Disney. “There’ll be five different songs they’ll be dancing along to and each ride is going to be different and unique.”

The ride replaces the now-shuttered Luigi’s Flying Tires, which closed last year.

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