‘Fast & Furious’ ride coming soon to Universal Studios Orlando


If you’re a “Fast & Furious” need-for-speed fan, Universal Studios is working on something that might be right up your alley.

>> Read more trending news

By springtime next year, the Orlando amusement park plans to open its newest attraction “Fast & Furious — Supercharged.”

The highlights include a “high-octane ride,” a chance to see and take pictures of cars that were used in the movies, and an opportunity to experience the main characters and some of the newer ones. 

>> Related: Must-see attractions, shows at Florida theme parks 

According to the news release, 15 of the “Fast & Furious” cars will be on display.

Universal Orlando said the attraction will also feature its “virtual line system,” which allows guests to select a time to ride via the mobile app or at kiosks. 


Reader Comments ...


Next Up in Living

Christmas display in California sets world record
Christmas display in California sets world record

The executive director of a California holiday display said San Jose's Christmas in the Park has set a Guinness world record, KGO reported. Jason Minsky said the 600 illuminated Christmas trees in one location set the world record. The paperwork has been accepted by Guinness, KGO reported. It will become official after Christmas in the Park documents...
Getting a dog might just save your life, Swedish research says
Getting a dog might just save your life, Swedish research says

Having a dog can bring a lot of love into your life. It could also make it last a little longer. A group of academics from Uppsala University in Sweden analyzed the health records of 3.4 million people in that northern European country, where databases contain detailed information on most everyone’s hospitalizations, medical history and even...
How a gene that usually protects against cancer becomes the aggressor
How a gene that usually protects against cancer becomes the aggressor

A study led by a University of California San Diego researcher has found an explanation for one of the biggest causes of cancer, mutations in a gene that normally guards against cancer. Mutations in the gene, called p53, can lead to inflammation, stimulating an immune response that fuels cancer, the study found. The effect was seen in common human...
Digital pill that tracks use when swallowed gets FDA approval

U.S. regulators approved the first medicine with an embedded sensor to help keep track of whether patients with mental illness are adhering to their prescriptions. The decision marks a milestone in the convergence of technology and health care that also raises privacy concerns. The so-called digital pill is a version of Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co.&rsquo...
New twists on decorating for the holidays
New twists on decorating for the holidays

There’s a number of ways to satisfy the nostalgia of yesteryear while keeping your entire home’s decor fresh and modern this holiday season. “We’re seeing this kind of ‘whole home’ aspect to decorating,” said Jule Eller, style and trend director for Lowe’s. “It’s ‘beyond the mantel,&rsquo...
More Stories