New Fast & Furious – Supercharged Attraction Officially Opens at Universal Orlando

Universal Orlando Resort’s new attraction, Fast & Furious – Supercharged, is now open at Universal Studios Florida. Now, guests and their families can join the Fast family on an authentic and immersive experience that places them right in the middle of the action.



With a worldwide box-office of more than $5 billion, the Fast & Furious film franchise is one of the highest-grossing of all time and has become a global phenomenon that captivates audiences from around the world with action-packed storylines, unique characters and high-speed cars. Now – Universal Orlando guests can step into the blockbuster franchise and straight into the heart of the Fast & Furious films right alongside the Fast & Furious crew – including Dom, Letty, Hobbs, Tej, Roman and Mia – all played by the series’ superstars.



Fast & Furious – Supercharged is the next attraction at Universal Studios to feature the new Virtual Line system. Guests can select a time to ride via the Official Universal Orlando Resort Mobile App or at kiosks located near the attraction entrance, and then enjoy other experiences throughout the park until it’s their ride time.


Guests can also access a special mobile experience for Fast & Furious – Supercharged on the Official Universal Orlando Resort Mobile App while inside the attraction, including messages from Mia and the rest of the family, character bios, quizzes and more.


Universal Orlando will celebrate the opening of the attraction on May 2 with a special evening event featuring several superstars from the Fast & Furious series. The star-studded celebration moment will be streamed live.

For more information on Fast & Furious – Supercharged, visit www.UniversalOrlando.com/Fast.

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  1. looks boring...

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  2. If anything.
    The fact that the outside looks rather nice and the inside is mostly screen based.
    If they wanted to, they could change this ride rather easily. Maybe not away from Fast and Furious, but if anything, they can always improve the ride portion much easier then a practical effects ride.

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  3. This ride is worse than Kong... So sad. What were they thinking???

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  4. I rode it the other day and really liked it. I've never seen any of the movies, but enjoyed it. Yes, it's the same system as Kong, but I thought it was still really cool.

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  5. Found this on You Tube:
    https://youtu.be/n6osDwfaIrg

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  6. Well Universal has always been about riding the movies and that's what this is, looks really cool so looking forward to riding it in Aug :)

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  7. Sad to see another 'screenz' ride at Universal. There's so little 'realness' to or distinction among these rides that you might as well be in a D-Box seat with a VR headset. If they're so obsessed with change for the sake of change, they need to at least be keeping quality in check. SeaWorld manages to bring something new every year without being repetitive, and they're operating on a shoestring budget. Even Disney's been picking up the pace lately by Disney standards, and there's still some modicum of originality from one new ride to another.

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