PHOTO: Disney Shares Update on TRON Coaster in Magic Kingdom!

We’re getting all sorts of exciting news from Disney’s Destination D23 fan event!

TRON Lightcycle Run

The event is happening right now in Disney World and has brought us news about Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, returning Disney World offerings, and more. Now, we’re taking a look at an updated image for a much-anticipated attraction.

TRON Lightcycle Run is a rollercoaster attraction coming to the Magic Kingdom sometime soon. During his presentation this morning, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products Chairman Josh D’Amaro shared an updated image of the ride!

Tron Lightcycle Run Ride Vehicle

The attraction is under construction in Magic Kingdom’s Tomorrowland and you can get a glimpse of the scale of the project in this new aerial construction photo. Here’s the new photo!


The canopy you can see outside of the building will be a lighted installation that you’ll zoom through, acting as your transition into the Grid.

TRON Construction

This coaster still doesn’t have an opening date or announcement, so keep an eye on AllEars so that you never miss any important updates!

Click here to learn more about TRON Lightcycle Run!

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  1. As I have feared, if you look closely at the overhead shot of the new Tron ride, there is NO room for installation of the railroad tracks that are “supposed” to be built for the return of the “temporarily closed” train. I can understand that the new generation of park goers probably couldn’t care less about the train not returning, but I wish Disney could have just been honest and stated prior to shut down that the train was going away so that us long time guests might could have enjoyed one last ride down memory lane. I’ll forever regret not riding 20,000 Leagues the last time I had a chance but deferred until “the next trip”. I returned for probably 5-6 trips just to see it “temporarily out of service” until it was finally gone. Progress can be good, misleading people isn’t.