Description from PassPorter's Disneyland Resort and Southern California Guidebook:

Every kid wants a chance to drive and, when they’re tall enough, they can at this popular attraction, renovated with all-new cars in early 2016. Now "powered by Honda," this classic attraction has a new storyline featuring Honda’s ASIMO robot and his robotic friend, "Bird." Experienced drivers won’t be as thrilled. Guide rails, shock-absorbing bumpers, and a low top speed (7 mph/11 kph maximum) make these gas-powered, two-seater cars safe. Three different models of cars are available to drive: a “sports” car, an “off-road” vehicle, and a “VW Bug”-like car. Mostly covered outdoor queue. Must transfer from wheelchair to ride. 52"/132 cm. height restriction to drive solo; minimum age to ride is 1 year. Rider swap available. Expect long waits. Health warning. Adult supervision required. We think the theming here makes it a better attraction than Walt Disney World’s version. One of the original 1955 rides! 

Type: Ride
Scope: C-Ticket
Ages: Ages 4 & up
Thrill Factor: Cars may bump yours from behind

FastPass: None
Queue Conditions: Mostly covered outdoor queue

Special Considerations:
- Rider Swap Available
- Must transfer from ECV
- Must transfer from wheelchair
- Seating type: small space

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27.27% of our readers would definitely visit Autopia again.

I would definitely visit this attraction again!
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What PassPorter Readers Think of Autopia (4 comments):

Autopia was the first car I ever drove. This ride brings back so many memories.
scott disney dad gave this a rating of 7 on 06/23/2016 at 7:48:51 pm EDT

Ride needs to be totally over-hauled. New sponsorship just isn't enough. The last 2 times we rode it got stuck either in a car that didn't run correctly or behind one that was puffing out nasty fumes.
CharlesNKamber gave this a rating of 3 on 06/17/2016 at 1:54:16 pm EDT

Little boys and girls like this ride. When I was little, I always wanted to ride it so I could "drive" the car. If you don't have little ones, skip it. It's kind of boring and there are always long lines that move slowly.
justnicksmommy gave this a rating of 2 on 05/28/2016 at 7:46:24 am EDT

Meant for little kids and families. Just redone recently, haven't seen the new version yet. Old version gave me a headache from the fumes!
Kllh260 gave this a rating of 5 on 05/27/2016 at 12:36:20 pm EDT

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