A new video has been released online showing off the detailed layout of Dare Devil Dive, the new rollercoaster coming to Six Flags Over Georgia in 2011.
The video, posted on YouTube by realSFOG, shows a render of Dare Devil Dive from both on- and off-ride perspectives. In addition to the ride's beyond-vertical first drop and multiple inversions, several theming elements are clearly visible. These include cars that resemble planes, as well as fire effects designed to give riders the sensation of taking part in aerial stunts.
Dare Devil Dive will feature a 95-foot vertical lift hill and a steeper-than-vertical first drop, with riders plummeting towards the ground at 52 miles per hour. They will then go on to traverse three inversions, a heartline roll, a "zero-gravity" hill and an Immelmann loop. Adding to the theme will be an air traffic control tower alongside the ride, pylons which riders will swoop between and a short tunnel towards the end of the coaster's circuit.
The coaster is due to open in time for the 2011 Memorial Day weekend (May 28-30), and will be targeted squarely at thrill-seekers. You can find out more about the Six Flags Over Georgia's planned new ride in Theme Park Tourist's in-depth preview of Dare Devil Dive.
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