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New Test Track Costumes Unveiled at Epcot This Week

Jennifer Fickley-Baker

by , Editorial Content Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

We have another update on the progress of the reimagined Test Track – Presented by Chevrolet at Epcot to share with you today. Guests visiting Epcot this week can spot Cast Members sporting new Test Track uniforms. (Cast members will be on hand at the attraction only to answer questions, as Test Track doesn’t grand open until December 6).

Cast Member Costumes at Test Track - Presented by Chevrolet at Epcot

Walt Disney Imagineering costume designers worked in collaboration with Chevrolet to design costumes that reflect style and technical innovation. Elements of the automobile design experience in the attraction are found in the colors of the costume, while the silver/gray base color was chosen to represent one of the many colors of Chevrolet automobiles. The blue and black accents found in the Test Track graphic reflect the field testing required of all new vehicles and the color changes that take place inside the car while experiencing the attraction.

See more updates on the reimagined Test Track in the posts below:


  • I love the new Test Track Costumes it’s very awesome!

  • Any info on soft openings? We are here for the next week, leaving 12/3. It would be disappointing to miss it completely.

  • The guy looks a little like Ricky Schroeder. 🙂

  • Yeah…any chance of soft previews next week???

  • I LIKE that they’re “too plain”; they’re just right–We old-skool fans were worried that the new TT was going to be “too Tron”, but these look functional, factory and futuristic without being too embarrassing.

  • I like the new costumes, they have a very Epcot look to them.

  • I dont like it, its way too plain 🙁

  • Will test track have any previews next Friday, Saturday or Sunday?

  • yea, those pats aren’t doing anybody any favors. I’ll bet the models were thrilled! Still excited to experience the updated ride in February!

  • hmmmmm, they don’t fit the models 🙁

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