New ‘Ratatouille’ Bus Debuts at Walt Disney World


This week, Walt Disney World announced that 90 new buses were joining their fleet. They replace old buses and some feature new decorative wraps. A bus with a “Ratatouille” wrap debuted on Friday.
“Ratatouille” Bus
The bus wrap features Remy, wearing his chef’s hat, caught up in a breeze through Paris. The Eiffel Tower is pictured near the bus’ front door.
Remy’s brother, Emile, is pictured eating near the back of the bus.
The Eiffel Tower repeats on the back. There’s also a sign for Remy’s restaurant, La Ratatouille.
The new bus models have better accessibility features. They can carry three guests with wheelchairs or scooters, compared to the older models that can only carry two. Each seat has a USB charging port and the buses have Wi-Fi. We saw the first of these buses join the Walt Disney World fleet last month.
Other bus wraps will be inspired by Figment, “Zootopia,” Chip ‘n’ Dale, “One Hundred and One Dalmatians,” Orange Bird, and “Ratatouille.”
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