Unfortunatly I suspect it wont have the trick track elements. The reason being this was originally meant for a different park and theme and was due to be in the now defunct Six Flags park project round the corner.
I believe it will be very similar if not identical to this but thats yet to be seen
Some nice concept art from an article in Variety showing the S&S Free Spin and the Maurer Spinner for Motiongate
Seemingly named John Wick: Open Contract and Now You See Me: High Roller.
Some decent addtions to the park lineup...
Track for the Half Pipe, Spinner and Beyond Vertical Coasters all from Intamin is now on site.
I mean to be fair in my line of work I've seen plans and bids from some of the biggest companies in the world like Exxon, Shell and Gazprom that look like they were proofread by Ralph Wiggum.
I'm not saying this is going to happen but poorly produced pdfs are not too uncommon 😂
And... its Back
A big leag reveals the project is still under way under a new name with a ton of new IP.
An interesting move.
Theres a PDF with a lot more info found over here at Themeparx
I'd say the Chinese Market still has at least a decade if not more until it gets anywhere near that point. There is still an almost frightning number of large population centers in China without a huge park
Just as an example these are 3 big big cities that don't have a big park so far. There's...
I think John Wardley said it best when he dubbed B&M the Rolls Royce of roller coaster manafacturers. B&M follow a similar kind of business model of luxury rides at the high end of the market.
Order numbers havent gone down they've just shifted markets a bit at the moment and B&M have said...
Not a coaster but something I'd never seen before. An odd transport ride at the Swiss Pavilion of Shanghai Expo 2010
Quite a lot of footage in these videos although the videos are of other things as well.
Just to be pedantic but the one at Walygator opened in 96 in Japan and was moved to France after its original home shut. So not sure that counts :p
And no. As of yet they've not sold any inverts to China. The local market is probably too strong.
Looking at that stand up patent I would suggest this is possibly for a different project than the Surf Coaster.
Now this is supposition but we know China likes reviving those niche ride types. I mean they reinvigorated the Tilt Coaster, they've just built only the 2nd ever Intamin vertical...