A previously-unseen artist’s rendering of Busch Gardens Williamsburg’s new roller coaster, Pantheon, gives a glimpse into what the ride could look like.
On Tuesday, Busch Gardens released the image on Twitter showing a yellowish track with a car full of riders streaking through the trees.
In the background, cloud-like Roman gods overlook the riders on the track.
The tweet reads “2020 is going to be MONUMENTAL.”
Pantheon was unveiled July 30 as a record-breaking ride for North America.
The coaster will be located in the Festa Italia village and have 15 airtime hills, a 95-degree drop, two inversions and a top speed of 72.5 mph. It will have two trains with 20 riders per train.
The Intamin Worldwide-made coaster touts itself as North America’s fastest multi-launch coaster.
Launch speeds include:
- Launch 1: 36 mph
- Launch 2: 50 mph
- Launch 2 (backward): 61 mph
- Launch 3: 67 mph
The track will be 3,328 feet long and the ride will last two minutes.