It's says announcing soon on the website, and has done for months and months.
Do you have any pictures of the Vekoma layout?Funnily enough, Vekoma did tender the project (Icon) and didn't get it. Their layout was quite different and it had another launch over by the Go Karts Track where the train would stop, then launch again from static. The layout was really cool and to be honest, I'd have been quite happy with it.
Intamin also apparently pitched an idea similar to Taron, but with absolutely no theming items, terrain interaction or ride interaction, so PBB decided against it and went with Mack instead.
Same here, although we shouldn't pressure @Lofty into sharing it if he doesn't want to or can't for any particular reason!
Just want to point out that Steel Curtain was designed by Joe Draves of Ride Centerline, so you'll likely be seeing stalls on his coasters on a regular basis whether they're RMCs or not. I also don't think that Intamin and Vekoma will be the only other manufacturers to incorporate the element into their designs, which is a good thing.That looks great, like a hybrid of a zero-g stall and a cutback. Between this, Taiga and Steel Curtain it's interesting to see stalls becoming more of a normal thing on non RMC coasters. And of course it's amazing to see Vekoma pump out more ambitious and intense looking layouts.