Project V Flying Attraction Headed to Europa Park in 2017

Regarded as one of the best theme parks on the planet, Europa Park in Germany is opening a new attraction in 2017, tentatively titled Project V.

Project VThis new attraction will be a Soarin‘ style experience, built with a slightly different ride system. While the motion of hang gliding will be the same, the cars will be suspended individually and riders will enter via three floors. That will ultimately allow for higher capacity, which should total 1,400 riders per hour. Check out the video below for a preview of the ride system and how it will operate.

In addition, Europa Park released some great concept art for Project V. Check it out in the videos below!

 

Mack Rides, who uses Europa Park as a testing ground, also released a video explaining how the film for Project V was made. Looking forward to seeing the finished product in 2017!

 

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