Disney California Adventure is gearing up to officially open Luigi's Rollickin' Roadsters this Monday, but is already offering visitors to the theme park a spin on the new ride. The attraction replaces Luigi's Flying Tires, which closed at the park in February of 2015.
The new attraction uses a trackless ride system (similar to that of Aquatopia at DisneySea in Tokyo) that allow the individual cars to move fluidly around the area, dancing as they go.
While the ride's technology is a first for a Disney park in the U.S., and is impressive to watch, the simple nature of the ride is what makes it look like such fun. Combining the choreographed movements with great music is a fun way for families to twirl around together.
Attractions 360 has a nice off ride and on ride video of Luigi's Rollickin' Roadsters in action, check it out below.