Disney posted a great video of the installation of the ‘Luigi’s Cassa Della Tires’ leaning tower of tires.  It shows a few angles of Cars Land that we don’t get to see in the Weekly Photo & News Reports, and gives us a look at what inspired the Luigi’s Flying Tires attraction.  The leaning tower of tires was installed the week of November 21st in front of “Luigi’s Cassa Della Tires” and can be seen in the photo below:
Cars Land Construction, Casa Della Tires

Kathy Mangum, the Executive Producer & Vice President for Cars Land stated in a blog post:

As the executive producer for Cars Land for the last 4 1/2 years, I’ve had the incredible privilege of seeing our project transform from concept sketches to the construction and installation phases. It’s so exciting to see the site get one step closer to completion every day and I continue to be amazed at all the work our talented team has done to make Cars Land a reality at Disney California Adventure park.

This part of the project is always my favorite because you can see the project really taking shape. We’re now testing all the rides, completing primary construction and installing major show pieces.

One of our biggest show pieces – the leaning tower of tires in front of Luigi’s Casa della Tires – was installed recently. It was a big production as we literally parked a crane in the middle of the job site to lift the tires into place! Cathy Ritenour, our production designer, was responsible for ensuring the tower was fabricated and installed to our specifications. Cathy gives a little more explanation about the tower in the video below that I think you’ll find interesting.