I mean, it’s going to be as Victorian as ever - more so in spots, since some vestiges of DCA 1.0 will be upgraded. The coaster line area will be a clashing mid-century, but right now that area is themed to Six Flags, so it’s kind of a sideways move.
This goes back to why, in its inception, California Adventure failed and why six years later the billion dollar investment wasn't as thoughtfully genuine. I think a lot of people thought portions of DCA would try to capture what Main Street initially did. They hoped that DCA would give you romantically historic glimpses of California's past. Instead you are currently greeted with a little bit of everything. Creatively speaking Buena Vista Street would be a return to the old tradition. It would attempt to transport you into a romantic view of LA's past. Unfortunately the efforts of Buena Vista Street is lost because around the corner lies Cars Land. For every step forward another is taken in the opposite direction.
Paradise Pier's promise of an intricately themed Victorian boardwalk has been abandoned. Sure, the Sun Wheel got overlayed with characters then but it's being done again now. However still, Walt Disney Imagineering doesn't see a need to address its queue to anything other than Six Flags. King Triton's Carousel was supposed to get a wood lattice permanent structure early on. Instead, it will still stand as a tacky testament to cheapness only now with a Pixar overlay. This statement is even more powerful when you look right past it to the intricate gingerbread details of Toy Story Midway Mania. Incredicoaster is a lost cause, as the 1950's and 60's will still remain only now with more characters.