A quick update.. scouring the social media world, it turns out construction workers are willing to post photos from inside the construction site of Test Track. First up, a look down from the top of the old “Hill Climb” scene toward the now-removed “Belgian Blocks” and the rethemed “ABS Brake Testing” area. The cones over the slot in the track are just there for safety while the ride is being worked on. At the bottom of the hill where the ground levels you can see screens flanking the track – this is likely where the “magic mirror” effect where the car looks to meet design specifications will occur.
Elsewhere in the building, you can see some sort “concept car” that will be on display as well as the general look of the pre/post-show areas in progress. As you can see it has been vastly redesigned from the hyper-industrial warehouse feel of the original Test Track attraction. As always, if you want to know more about the history of Epcot’s Transportation Pavilion from World of Motion to Test Track 1.0 and 2.0 you can read it in our book The Epcot Explorer’s Encyclopedia (make a great holiday gift!)