OK, Phantasialand, you can stop pretending and unveil your 2030 attraction which will actually open in 2035.
My first thought was "that's for a tilt coaster" too.That certainly looks like it could be interesting; I want to say it looks like it could be to support a tilt section but why would Vekoma need to build one for testing given that they've already built Gravity Max?
Makes sense, because weren't they planning on making one that drops beyond 90° or am I talking rubbish?My first thought was "that's for a tilt coaster" too.
I suppose possibly their track/train technology has moved on a long way since Gravity Max (2002!), so perhaps they want to re-prove the concept to themselves.
That's one of the reasons why I mentioned it.Well, the support structure goes beyond 90 degrees so that appears to check out.
Don't be entirely sure. This is not gonna be a spiral twisted drop, all right, but it looks to be twisting a full 90 degrees, similar to DC Rivals.Might not have a twisted drop if this leaked image is real. Concept art after all.