Automotive fanatics currently have three car-themed theme parks – Ferrari Land in Spain, VW Autostadt in Germany, and Toyota Megaweb in Japan.
What would a Tesla-inspired theme park look like?
Car lease comparison website Car Lease Fetcher has encapsulated Tesla’s essence in a quirky theme park design. The full park map is futuristic, nestled in a desert setting.
Eager park-goers enter through park gates which are styled like Tesla Superchargers. They can experience Tesla product launches first-hand in the Tesla Amphitheatre.
To let out all their pent-up excited energy, they can bash into their friends on the Cybertruck dodgems. Or they can zoom at breakneck speed on the Underground Tunnel Roller Coaster, a Tesla and Boring Company collaboration.
If that’s not enough, they can join Starman on the stomach-jerking SpaceX rocket launcher.
For easy access around the park, visitors can hop and off the Hyperloop train service – a superior incarnation of the Disneyland Railroad. If they like that, they can hop inside the Hyperloop Simulator and pick from a number of top-speed routes around the world.
The Flying Cars Swing ride offers the best views of the park and the desert landscape beyond. Park-goers can strap themselves into a Tesla Model X with raised gullwing doors and head for the skies – we imagine this one would be especially fun at sunset!
When guests need a break from all the ups and downs and loop-the-loops, they can take things at a slower pace and let the kids roam the Mars Playground or the Self-Driving school track.
And when everyone’s stomach has finally settled, hungry visitors can enjoy some grub at a Tesla Semi food truck.
Before leaving, everyone can hit up the Tesla Cyberlander shop for the essential t-shirts and mugs, then hop back on the Hyperloop towards the car park.
In true Tesla eco-conscious spirit, the park is run on renewable energy supplied by a nearby Gigafactory.
Would you visit a Tesla-themed amusement park?