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Disney Pixar CARS On the Road: Disney+ Episodes Up at Midnight USA

For those here in the US, it’s not up until after midnight here on the East Coast but for int’l Disney+ subscribers, the eps are up already.

CARS ON THE ROAD page here.

Trailers are free to watch. Sign in to view for subscribers.

If you are new to Disney, the deal “today” is $1.99 for the 1st month.

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8 September 2022 Mattel Disney Pixar Diecast CARS 3 16 Comments


  • Mad Mel says:

    Spotted the Pizza Planet truck in “B-Movie.” He seems to be an unused prop on the bottom shelf behind McQueen and Mater at the “WARDROBE” department. You can also see him in the title card for the episode. Has anyone spotted him in the other episodes?
    My favorites were “Lights Out,” “Salt Fever,” and “Road Rumblers.”
    I was a little disappointed that so many of the cars are just repainted, reformed ones from the movie series. Was hoping for completely new cars. But I suppose it would be cost-prohibitive to have all new cars. I do hope some of the newer ones that were made for this series join the diecast lineup.

    • Mack_me_Bucko says:

      Griswold, the “Truckster” wagon from The Legend episode has been released, and one of the salt flat racers is also out, a VW conversion.

    • quercy says:

      I spotted Pizza Planet in Trucks and Salt Fever… watch them again, I am sure you will see him! 🙂

    • Mad Mel says:

      Wanted to mention, I found the new Mater diecast with balloon. On the blue balloon is a spewing volcano logo and the words “Kersploosh Mountain.” You can see the same volcano logo on the map diagram on the new card. Wondering if the segment was dropped due to some legal issues with Nintendo, as they have a downloadable 3DS game “Kersploosh!” It’s a well where you drop things, like a rock, and you guide it past obstacles to get to the water at the bottom. Was there originally going to be ten episodes?

  • Real Gone says:

    Enjoying the new series too! I went back and also watched Monster Truck Mater, think I’ll revisit all of the Cars Toons!

  • DisneyLover55 says:

    Another thing that surprised me was that all the episodes were released at one time. I expected them to be released one episode per week, like the Monsters At Work series. But I suppose since the the episodes were shorter, they decided to do it all at once

  • DisneyLover55 says:

    They’re all really fun! But I agree with you Quercy, Trucks was my least favorite. I wish we could’ve seen Mater’s mother and father!

    • quercy says:

      The truck story wasn’t good and the trucks was all brand new (no dirt, scratches or rust) and none was having any logo or any identity… I do not see how these haulers can become exciting collectible items…

  • quercy says:

    I watched them 3 times already and on the 3rd time I tried to count how many cars they could possibly do and that vary from 8 to over 30 different characters per episode that is without considering Mater and McQueen possible expression/scene. So overall, I would would say over a hundred but my guess is Mattel will release less than half of them over the next 8-12 months which would be pretty good considering the lack of new cars in the last year or two.

  • Mack_me_Bucko says:

    They’re all pretty darn fun. Watched them all twice now. Sooooo many ideas for new diecasts, but I wonder if we’ll see many of them?

  • MackDaddy says:

    I’m on the west coast and watched them all this morning.

  • quercy says:

    My favorites are Dino Park, Salt Fever and Road Rumblers. My less favorite is Trucks.

    1. Dino Park
    2. Lights Out
    3. Salt Fever
    4. The Legend
    5. Show Time
    6. Trucks
    7. B-Movie
    8. Road Rumblers
    9. Gettin’ Hitched

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