Early Wednesday Morning, Energylandia announced three new additions for roller coaster additions by 2020, and rumors for a fourth coaster have been circulating. The Polish park has become famous in the coaster enthusiast community for its repeatedly large announcements, and seems to be continuing the trend throughout the 2020 season.
The first coaster listed on the park’s website is a “Mega Wood Coaster.” Specifically, it is mentioned to be at least 4265 feet in length (1300 meters), a maximum of 195 feet tall (60 meters), a speed of around 70 mph (115 kph), at least 3 inversions, and forces reaching 4G and -1.2G. However, the ride may not actually be wooden. It is described to have IBox track, which is currently only produced by Rocky Mountain Construction on their hybrid coasters.
Next, the park lists a “Roller Water Cooler,” which will hold at least two launches and a minimum of five inversions. Considering the park’s history of ride additions, it will most likely be manufactured by Vekoma.
Third, the park describes a “Mine Roller Coaster” that contains at least three lifts, a speed of 30 mph (50 kph), a height of 50 feet (15 meters), and a length of 3940 feet (1200 meters). The manufacturer of the mine coaster is unknown.
Lastly, the park has requested funding for a tilt coaster, suspected to also be manufactured by Vekoma. However, there are not many details released regarding the ride. Stay tuned for updates of confirmation.
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