In a recent interview with News 13, Gravity Group confirmed numerous new details of the coaster, including that the track will be 34 feet longer than originally announced.
We’ve known for some time about the Looney Tunes-looking ride vehicles with dynamite sticks along the front of the cars. Each train will seat 12 riders in six rows with two seats each. One of
Rumors of tunnels being added to the coaster have been circling for some time, but Gravity Group has now confirmed that, unlike the original rendering, there will be tunnels along the coaster. We have no details on where these tunnels are going, but local theme park vlogger Midway Mayhem has mentioned that at least one of them will likely go on part of the ride where it crosses through the structure underneath other areas of the track.
Jim of WildGravity Travels, a local theme park
We still don’t know if the new coaster will include any theming beyond that of the coaster cars themselves, but the ride will include a new ride-specific mascot, a dog named Nitro.
No specific opening date has been released, but it should be open by the mid-summer tourism rush.