We have uncovered what the facade for the future Fast & Furious Supercharged attraction at Universal Studios Florida will look like. It seems as if the attraction’s entrance facade will be based off of the Oriental Warehouse building located at 650 Delancy Street in San Francisco, California. The building was constructed in 1868 as a warehouse for incoming trade from Asia and is now used as a building for lofts. Click the photo to enlarge.
As you can see with this photo from Bioreconstruct, the facade being built at Universal Studios Florida closely resembles the one above. The buildings look similar in the sense that they both have 3 archways, both have the same raised center of the building, and the corners of the roof have the same exact shape. Click to enlarge.
This contradicts previous rumors which said the facade will be the same as the one used at Fast & Furious Supercharged at Universal Studios Hollywood. We think that this is an upgrade from the Hollywood facade, as it is an actual San Francisco themed building instead of a movie themed garage. Here’s a comparison of the facades: