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Gas Powered Autopia Vehicles Will Be Gone By 2026
Iman Palm
Autopia’s gas-powered cars will be replaced with electric vehicles at Disneyland come 2026.

The “Happiest Place on Earth” shared the news with the Los Angeles Times, who first reported the story.

Earlier this month, Disneyland shared that Autopia, a gas-powered attraction located within Tomorrowland, would be electrified, but it stopped short of sharing when the switch would occur.

After the news broke, various electric vehicle activists launched a campaign to pressure Disney to commit to EVs — not hybrids — and to phase out gasoline within two years.

On Friday, Disney announced they are planning to do just that.

In a statement to the L.A. Times, a Disney spokesperson shared that electrification “means fully electric — it does not mean hybrid or any other version of a gasoline combustion engine.”

The statement also shared that within the next 30 months, the park will do away with the current engines used in the Autopia vehicles.

That means by fall 2026, Disneyland guests will be able to experience an updated version of the famed attraction.

Still, Disney didn’t share when the electrified version of the attraction would open or when the ride would temporarily close, if needed, to implement the new changes.

The last time Autopia underwent a major transformation was in 2016 when Honda became the ride’s sponsor, according to Disneyland News Today.

The classic attraction, popular among young guests who get to experience driving for the first time, is as old as Disneyland itself, opening with the theme park in 1955.

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