Dreamchasers (lost Epcot post-show; 2001-2004)
Dreamchasers was a five-and-a-half-minute CG-animated show that ran in the post-show area for Test Track at Epcot. The show featured two guides, Gena and Mo, as they take the viewer through six environments, including a wild west scene, a beach scene, and outer space, while showcasing GM's development of their cars from marketing to production, and featured a look at GM's plans for the future.
The show was disliked by parkgoers, who saw the attraction as a glorified GM ad. In 2004, the show was replaced with a completely different show with the same name, with the story revolving around a toy Hummer H2 who aspired to be a real car. Two years later, the space was replaced with a completely different exhibition called Fuel for Thought.
Dreamchasers was presented through custom-built chairs with a fixed headset with stereo speakers and small screens that showed 3D video. These chairs swiveled in synchronization with the show up to 180 degrees, though the motion only worked when the viewer was fully seated. There were also buttons that allowed for closed captioning and Portuguese and Spanish audio.
No recordings of this show have surfaced anywhere, likely due to the small fixed screens making it difficult, if not impossible, to create a good recording of the show.