‘World’s steepest dive’ rollercoaster to open next year with drop from 150 feet

‘World’s steepest dive’ rollercoaster to open next year with drop from 150 feet
Artist's rendering (Image Six Flags)

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Would you be brave enough to ride the world’s steepest dive rollercoaster?

The thrilling attraction is opening in Six Flags Fiesta in Texas, US, next year.

Concept imagery shows how terrifying the experience will be for thrill-seekers brave enough to take on Dr. Diabolical’s Cliffhanger rollercoaster.

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The ride has multiple drops of 90 degrees or more, which creates the sensation of free-falling while you’re still safely strapped in.

Then to make hairs on the back of your next stand up more, there’s a huge drop too

After riders are hoisted 150ft into the air, they’ll whiz downwards at 95 degree angle at speeds of up to 60 miles per hour.

Other highlights of the rollercoaster, which can carry 21 passengers at a time, include a 270 degree zero-g roll and 75ft near-vertical drop.

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