Walt Disney World’s new Tron coaster, Tron Lightcylce Power Run, has been a fun one to follow along with as construction moves forward. Thanks to more photos taken by @bioreconstruct and shared on Twitter, we can catch the latest update on Tron’s progress as of October 25.
Picture 1 – @bioreconstruct notes: “Brown temporary structure to hold the canopy of Tron while being assembled. Orange plastic over the roller coaster track to prevent damage.”
Picture 2 – @bioreconstruct notes: “Most of the of outdoor Tron roller coaster track is covered to prevent damage while the canopy is raised.”
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Picture 3 – @bioreconstruct notes: “Current state of the white free form structure of the Tron canopy. The rust-brown structure is temporary. Orange plastic covers some of the Tron roller coaster track.”
Picture 4 – @bioreconstruct notes: “Monorail view of Tron show building.”
Disney’s initial deadline was to have the coaster ready to ride in 2021 – in time to celebrate Disney’s 50th Anniversary. With the pandemic hitting, construction halted back in March but the construction resumed shortly after. Disney has not announced if there will be a delay to the opening. What we do know is it’s fun to watch the progress of the coaster as it unfolds!
Want a sneak peek of what this attraction will look like? Here’s a ride through of the attraction in Shanghai Disneyland. Hold on tight!