In 1948, two best friends named Guido and Luigi moved into Radiator Springs, and had the most amazing time of their lives. After they were done in Radiator Springs, they decided they never wanted to leave. So they stayed, and opened Luigi's Casa Della Tires on April 5th.
Luigi's Casa Della Tires also serves as a ride and the backdrop for Luigi's Flying Tires, a Flying Saucers attraction that was opened in 2012 as a part of the California Adventure's Cars Land expansion. It now serves as the setting for Luigi's Rollickin' Roadsters, a bumper car-type attraction after Luigi's Flying Tires closed in 2015.
- The Leaning Tower of Tires is probably based on The Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy.
- According to the deleted Cars Toons episode, Backwards to the Forwards, Luigi's Casa Della Tires used to be Lou's House of Tires.
- In Italian, "Casa Della Tires" means "House of Tires."
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