See Disney Infinity's 'Cars' Play Set in action

One of Disney Infinity's Play Sets will bring the world of Pixar's Cars to life, and publisher Disney Interactive released images and video of the Play Set today to give fans a look at the toys and their racing-centric game world.

The Cars Play Set puts players in the fictional Southwest town of Radiator Springs, and lets them play with four characters from Cars and Cars 2: Lightning McQueen, Mater, Holley Shiftwell and Francesco Bernoulli. Players will be able to race through Radiator Springs and go nuts in its stunt park, and they'll also have the opportunity to customize the town itself.

Buying the Cars Play Set will add racing mechanics and items to Disney Infinity's Toy Box mode, giving players the ability to build their own tracks and have the Cars vehicles interact with characters from the previously revealed Play Sets for The Incredibles, Pirates of the Caribbean and Monsters University.

Disney Infinity is a cross-platform sandbox title with physical toys in the vein of Activision's Skylanders. Disney Interactive unveiled the game last month; it is set for release in June on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows PC, Wii U, Wii and Nintendo 3DS. Check out our hands-on preview for more details.

Scroll down to see a trailer for the Cars Play Set, as well as images of its figures.

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