By the Numbers: Cars Land at Disney California Adventure Park

Erin Glover

by , Director, Publicity, Walt Disney Animation Studios


Can you believe it’s been seven months since Cars Land opened at Disney California Adventure park? Since then, thousands of guests have cruised down Route 66, raced through Ornament Valley and (if they’re like me) downed quite a few Red’s Apple Freezes. At 12 acres, the size of Cars Land is enough to impress, but here are a few more numbers that might knock your socks off:

280,000 – Square feet of rockwork in Cars Land, making Ornament Valley mountain range the largest rockwork created in a domestic Disney theme park

125 – Height in feet at the tallest peak of Ornament Valley range

4,000 – Tons of steel used to construct the Ornament Valley range and Radiator Springs Racers

36,000 – Approximate number of miles per year each Radiator Springs Racers vehicle will travel, equivalent to more than 14 trips down the original Route 66

6,714 – Air vents keeping the tires flying at Luigi’s Flying Tires

525 – Approximate length, in feet, of the stretch of Route 66 that runs through Cars Land

70 – Species of native plants in Cars Land (including more than 450 trees and cactus)

16Neon signs in Cars Land, with the Flo’s V8 Café sign standing tallest at 27 feet


  • what is the length of the cars at Radiator Springs Racers?

  • Post more “By the Numbers” for other attractions. PLEASE!

  • I LOVE Cars Land! 🙂

  • I cannot wait to visit Cars Land the end of June!!! Hopefully some great limited time magic will be happening for 4th of July.

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