Yeah I know, the 4th dimension coaster concept has been in existence for over a decade. But one of the roller coaster industry’s biggest players may be taking a stab at creating it’s own line of 4th dimension coasters. Rumour has it, that Bolliger and Mabillard is looking at modifying it’s current Wing Coaster design to include rotating seats,(much like X2)
According to the development of this prototype, there are two parks interested in the acquisition of this prototype, Parque Warner Madrid (Spain) and World Joyland (China) because they have recently been working together with this designer.
(http://www.coasterforce.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=34528&time=1348777612) Sent to us by PC reader Paul
This has got me thinking, other designers tried at flying coasters, they weren’t the best. But once B&M produced Air, theirs were an instant success! Intamin built only 1 wing coaster, but since B&M started building wing coaster designs, they’ve built 4 in 2 years, with a minimum of 2 more for the 2013 season! Whatever B&M touches these days, instantly turns to success. I’m quite interested in how their 4th dimension coaster concept turns out.