Perhaps not, but it won't be the next Untamed either. It's a fairly large and custom layout, and looks pretty innovative too. And as @CrashCoaster pointed out, it's as tall as Takabisha, being one of the biggest coasters Gerstlauer has ever delivered. Sure, it's no SteVe, and no Helix or Taron, but it shows that Gerstlauer is pushing in that direction. They're not just a manufacturer of cloned Eurofighters or funny little spinners anymore, they're delivering fairly large custom, multi-launch white-knuckle coasters. We're seeing innovation from Gerstlauer here, and I'd say that's worth cheering for. Not that Fury is the only, first, or even the most notable example of Gerstlauer going big, but it's indicative of a trend. They might not be as merited as Mack, B&M or Intamin, but we're definitely past the days when the phrase "It's going to be a Gerstlauer" was received with the same kind of reaction as the phrase "You'll have to amputate".Good god, y'all. This is just another Guerst pseudo-shuttle. It won't be the next Steel Vengeance.