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Tomorrowland re-do?

faceleg

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I think it would add some nice kinetic energy it the Tomorrowland part went around the circle it's on, but I doubt that it will.
 
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shiekra38

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I think it would add some nice kinetic energy it the Tomorrowland part went around the circle it's on, but I doubt that it will.
Good thought, I think they're counting on the Astro Orbiters being the kinetic energy when you see the sign
 

Nick

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GadgetGuru

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In a potentially massive piece of news, Tesla may be collaborating with Disney on new cars for Tomorrowland Speedway.

Tesla to make Tomorrowland electric in new partnership with Disney, sources say - Electrek
No way. I don’t believe this at all.

Tesla has a huge financial mess right now. They don’t have the money to sponsor an attraction.

More importantly, Tesla doesn’t do marketing. Seriously, they don’t have a marketing line-item in their budget. They don’t believe in marketing as a company. The fact that they get so much buzz is the most impressive part of Tesla (and Elon).

This just screams fan theory. If anybody is going to sponsor the speedway, it’s probably a traditional automaker. GM would be the obvious choice (they already sponsor one attraction)
 

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No way. I don’t believe this at all.

Tesla has a huge financial mess right now. They don’t have the money to sponsor an attraction.

More importantly, Tesla doesn’t do marketing. Seriously, they don’t have a marketing line-item in their budget. They don’t believe in marketing as a company. The fact that they get so much buzz is the most impressive part of Tesla (and Elon).

This just screams fan theory. If anybody is going to sponsor the speedway, it’s probably a traditional automaker. GM would be the obvious choice (they already sponsor one attraction)
Honda sponsors Autopia, but yeah, with GM sponsoring Test Track, they probably have the exclusivity as WDWs official auto sponsor.
 
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GadgetGuru

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It's way cleaner than the old sign. The old sign had too much going on.

It'll make Tomorrowland's aesthetic last longer, but at some point, we're going to move away from the Apple pearl-white minimalism as futuristic.
 
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WebHead1138

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It's way cleaner than the old sign. The old sign had too much going on.

It'll make Tomorrowland's aesthetic last longer, but at some point, we're going to move away from the Apple pearl-white minimalism as futuristic.
I disagree. I think this sign is timeless.