ANAHEIM, Calif. — The noisy engines and gas fumes that polluted the air in Tomorrowland at Disneyland will soon be no more.

Disneyland plans to replace Autopia’s gas-powered cars with electric vehicles, the Los Angeles Times reported.

“Since opening with Disneyland park in 1955, Autopia has remained a guest-favorite most popular with young kids experiencing driving for the first time,” spokesperson Jessica Good said in an email to the LA Times on Tuesday. “As the industry moves toward alternative fuel sources, we have developed a roadmap to electrify this attraction and are evaluating technology that will enable us to convert from gas engines in the next few years.”

Autopia is one of Disneyland’s original attractions, opening in 1955 in the futuristic land of Tomorrowland.

The attraction allows visitors, mostly young children and a parent, to hop on a gas-powered vehicle and steer around a circular track up to six miles per hour.

The ride was innovative in the mid-1950s when few cars were on the road.

Disneyland officials said it "captured America's fascination with the latest transportation innovation, the freeway."

But over time, Autopia's vehicles didn't catch up to today's modern times, where gas-powered vehicles have become outdated.

Electric-powered vehicles, hybrids, and even fuel-cell cars are seen as the future of the automobile industry. 

And it seemed fitting that Autopia's ride vehicles would reflect Tomorrowland's futuristic vision.

It's unclear when and how soon the changes will take place.

The switch from gas-powered to electric ride vehicles will only affect Disneyland's Autopia attraction. The gas-powered cars at Walt Disney World's Tomorrowland Speedway are not slated to change any time soon.

Disneyland officials declined further comment.