The Selling Feature: This would have to be something B&M, the manufacturer of Fury 325, has never done before: a sideways banked floater airtime hill. That particular element can be seen in the above photo - the train is just passing through that element. Just imagine . . . Being at the turnaround point of the coaster - the track rises above, and the train turns on its side, and as that happens, you gently lift out of your seat - to the side just before careening down into tunnel that is formed by a guest path. That certainly sounds exciting.
The Selling Feature: This isn't even an element particularly highlighted in the teaser video, but I think it will be something that will make the ride different from the others. The point where the track dives into its own structure - that's right, riders will be screaming when the above beams provide some near miss elements. But it doesn't just stop there. Inside the structure some great things happen. First, there is an outside banked airtime hill that will come as a surprise to most. After that, the track weaves through the structure, threatening to hit the surrounding bents. It's a quick, short section, but I'm confident it could be one of the best sections of the ride. I think it will catch people by surprise - the inversions will be the things that they are expecting, but not something like this.
The Selling Feature: It has to be those spinning seats. The train, equipped with four "cars", is magnetically driven by fins on the track to make the seats flip riders head over heels - or the other way around - this is going to be one crazy ride. Not to mention the ride will be silky smooth. Since the seats are magnetically driven, there is no forced motion on the riders. The amount of spins will most likely depend on the weight on each side of the car and the greater the difference of those weights should result in more spins. Anyways, it should be a fun one!
The Selling Feature: This has to be the launch. It starts things with a punch, and is the first magnetic launch the designer of Thunderbird (B&M) has created to date, which is always exciting to see a company go out of bounds.
The Selling Feature: When I first watched the teaser video of the ride, this element struck me. All I could think was wow - that is ingenious. The element I am describing is the Top Gun stall, pictured above near the bottom middle of the photograph. Since Twisted Colossus is a racing coaster, The two sides can interact, and this is essentially what that element does. It provides a near miss for the riders on one train with the riders on the other train - and vice versa. During this element, the green track soars over the blue track, flipping riders upside down, then turning them back after a brief moment of hang time. While all of that is happening on the green track, the blue track goes up for a pop of airtime. But that's not all. The designers decided to morph the two existing tracks into one, so you get to go through that element twice - once on the green track, and once on the blue track . . . all while racing the other train on the opposite track. That's what really sets this ride apart - it interacts with the other side making a more thrilling ride.